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Dodge Ram power steering oil always spills when turning to the steering wheel.
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Q: a Dodge Ram car I overhauled, the power steering assist oil always spills when turning the steering wheel. What is the reason for this? Answer: if the power steering oil pot is lack of filter net, it is easy to make the impurities into the power steering pump, which causes the problem of excessive noise caused by the wear of the inner ring ring of the dynamic steering pump. Because of the lack of filter net in the power steering oil pot, the power steering pump is directly rushed into the power steering oil pot without encountering resistance in the power steering pump return oil pipeline, and the liquid in the power steering oil pot produces roll over spillover. To the vehicle that has the above failure phenomenon, first check whether the filter net is installed in the power steering pump oil pot, and if the power steering pump oil pot does not have filter net, then the new oil pot must be replaced.

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