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Amazon Add-on Item Lucas Oil 10442 Power Steering Fluid with Conditioners - 16 oz. $2.61

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Amazon and Walmart have Lucas Oil 10442 Power Steering Fluid with Conditioners - 16 oz. for $2.61. These go for $9.49 at the auto stores around me.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lucas-...s/19864140
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Looks like a nice mini project for the weekend using a turkey baister to suck out the resivor and refill with this
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Looks like a nice mini project for the weekend using a turkey baister to suck out the resivor and refill with this
That's what I did over the course of a few days in my vehicle...seemed to work fine...of course draining the system would work better but that's just too much work Smilie
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temporarily out of stock, I got the last one in stock, but you can still place an order for a couple days later delivery.
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Before putting this in your vehicle, make sure it's what the manufacturer calls for. My Tacoma calls for automatic trans fluid in the power steering system.
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That's what I did over the course of a few days in my vehicle...seemed to work fine...of course draining the system would work better but that's just too much work Smilie
Same, just did the Turkey baster trick last month lolol Applause
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That's what I did over the course of a few days in my vehicle...seemed to work fine...of course draining the system would work better but that's just too much work Smilie
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Before putting this in your vehicle, make sure it's what the manufacturer calls for. My Tacoma calls for automatic trans fluid in the power steering system.
I also did this, f*ed up my last car, nissan minivan ApplauseApplause
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Before putting this in your vehicle, make sure it's what the manufacturer calls for. My Tacoma calls for automatic trans fluid in the power steering system.
I thought most cars are like that
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Proceed with caution. Not all cars like to ingest this stuff.
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must be sold out i don't see it for that price
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This is good stuff and it works . However, like others said, make sure you car calls for power steering fluid and not transmission fluid. If what's in your car is red it's transmission fluid.
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Are you kidding me? The fuel additives are bad enough for scamming people, but this is just straight-up ridiculous. Change your fluids every once in a while, you're done. Or, spend money on this junk that promises things that you cannot prove.
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just paid $90 for auto shop to change my car's Power Steering Fluid.
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