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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-14-2010 Thread Starter
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power steering troubles with the 2004 swap on my 1997 Mustang

well i can finally drive the 04 swap on my 97 but in im having issues witthe the power steering it is droaning really loud like i have no fluid but the resevoir is full. the power steering keeps cutting out as well doesn't really work. brakes are the same way like i have no power breaks everyone says to check my vaccum line cuz i should be able to hear it sucking air but i can't

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Sit and turn the wheel from lock to lock about 100 times, and the groaning should go away. The problem is air in the lines, and turniing from lock to lock over and over eventually works it out.

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