Re: Steering pressure switch
Fixed it by sealing the hole in the switch with a 1/8 round head screw about 1 inch long. Used a good spring washer under the nut and used some gasket sealer.
Bought some spanners at a bargain store and they proved to be high quality when the 14mm one was cut shorter. Think it would be easier to use multigrips or a pipe wrench. Sawed off the hexagon end and then a 9/16 socket spanner can be used to put it back.
Did not think it was leaking when the switch was removed, so did not plug it, but it must have leaked a few CCs per minute by the puddle under the car. Have the saw and sealing bits ready.
The leak can happen suddenly. Noticed a few drips which could have been coolant. Then a couple of weeks later, lots over the steering boot. Leaks when driving so may not be noticed.