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Question by Brandi
Submitted on 4/27/2004
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I'm so stupid! I just got a car for my 16 birthday and I went to put oil in the car, but I put a little bit of oil where the power steering fluid is supposed to go. What can I do to fix this without going to a car shop so that my parents will find out?

Answer by mike
Submitted on 5/8/2004
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tell your parents, they will get over it, and you might of f ed up your ride


Answer by JH
Submitted on 5/20/2004
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Depends on how much oil you're talking about. The more oil you put, the more you need to be concerned. A few drops probably won't matter... 1 quart of oil is probably a problem.

Power steering fluid can be drained and replaced, depending on your personal skill with a wrench. I'm guessing that if you need to ask the question, chances are you probably won't want to do it yourself. It's not exactly something you can hide while doing.


Answer by Same thing happend to me
Submitted on 7/17/2004
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Just Turn Your Car Off And Rub It With Water...It Works

     Dave Smith


Answer by Pat Herrin
Submitted on 1/11/2006
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Who cares, stop crying about it and just take it to a place to get fixed.


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