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Rated 4 out of 5 by PeterTallahassee Saving me a lot of money
I have a leak in my car and have to add power steering fluid often. It's an old car.. so do I pay $600 dollars to fix an old car or buy a couple of cases of fluid from Dollar Tree. 2 cases for 24 Dollars. that's 24 bottles of fluid and it will keep the car running a very very long time..... Thank you dollar tree.
July 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by adam check your owners manual
I noticed my manual calls for simple ATF+4 "transmission fluid" in the power steering reservoir....in fact a lot(most....) Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge vehicles call for the more expensive "ATF+4" - granted, ANY fluid in there is better than NO fluid.....but recommend checking your owner's manual. My power steering fluid has a red tinge to it, similar to ATF.....this is actually a "clear" or translucent yellow fluid.
May work in other cars, but check your owners manual. Have not had a problem with it though in my application :) It tinged the red fluid down a little bit.....my leak isn't too bad.
March 20, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by NIkkilynn Its dependable
i drive a 94 buick and the power stearing line has a leak, instead of $200.00 to fix it (without labor) i use about 3 of the power stearing fuilds for a full 7 day weeks. it's a slow leak,however the product does seem to run low quite fast. untill i have a mayjor leaking problem i willl still use this product. the price is the best part because i can still get my coffee,and magaizne and have gas an still have cash to spare. its better the 2.99 and 3.99 for an 8oz bottel at most auto stores to. and gas stations charge more in my area. have recomend to family and friends even my parents. its a good buy, when i have to restock for my week, i buy a few extra. they tend to run out really fast.
June 7, 2010