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2000 Blue Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Sep 12, 8:53am - #272939 
Power sterring fluid burn out?

I took my car for oil change to one of the local shops and as usual the guy was trhying to tell me everything needs to be changed.. but i told him i will do it later..
One thing he showed me was the power sterring fluid, said that its burning out and that has to be flushed and replaced if not its going to break. i had my 30K service done at the dealer and the current miles on the car is 45K... is this true?? can the power steering fluid burn out?? i thought you need to top it when it gets low..

Also any recomendations as to what i need to do for 45K service.. if there isn't anything major.. i rather invest that money on the cold-air Intake or exhaust...

Thanks for your suggestions in advance.. :-)

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Sep 12, 8:58am - #272940 
He's crazy

Your manual tells you when to change your fluids. Stick to that & you'll be okay. thumbsup

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