Re: 2001 Windstar Power Steering Leak
I just put some Lucas PS Repair fluid in this morning, and if the leak continues I'll replace the switch.
Lucas makes some good products but if you know the leak is there, chances are very good that any stop-leak product will not thicken the remaining oil enough to prevent it from leaking.
Just be cautious. PS fluid is OK, but thickening fluids such as transmission oil, is a no-no. A $1000 job can turn into a $3500 job by overdoing it.
Athlon, do keep us appraised on the repair! Cheers
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