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I let my dad borrow my car & it had a power steering leak. He fixed it, but he used brake fluid to fill it. Is this a big problem or should I have my power steering drained & filled.


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you should have it drained and flushed. brake fluid will no damage the seals but it won't lubricate the system the way the power steering fluid will


   
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