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Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by baustin, Apr 1, 2015.

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  1. baustin

    baustin Member

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    Afternoon all
    Was just driving back from first day off since I can remember was nice day out with misses was saying what good day it's been then all sudden a whining noise from engine somewhere I pull over and look under bonnet and power steering fluid under the minimum check under car and track end rod assembly and drag link ball end on drivers side are leaking fluid?
    I have no idea what's happend?
    It's a discovery 2
    Can anybody help as like to fix myself rather than pay a garage?
    Cheers benn
     
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    Ball joints don't have any fluid to leak, but a perforated power steering hose does, so check both hoses.
     
  3. baustin

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    Ah cheers will have a look today is there any diagram on internet of the whole steering system with part numbers??
     
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    Usual place for the pipes to go is under the rad.
    Griff
     
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