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Old 06-02-2010, 09:10 PM   #1
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Where is the power steering bottle located on the mk7 57 reg 1.2 basic polo anyone
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just below the battery i think look for a green screw cap and it's there
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Yes spotted it, thanks, what an awkward place for a bottle, how you suppose to unscrew the cap if you ever want to check the fluid level.
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Yes spotted it, thanks, what an awkward place for a bottle, how you suppose to unscrew the cap if you ever want to check the fluid level.
strong fingers . lol, they very rarely get checked due to how awkward they are to access
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Just that i'm used to seeing p/s bottles un hidden & also where the fluid can be checked ocassionally for peace of mind.
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Yeah i know what you mean, it is down there as the electric pump is hidden down there too, must have seemed a good idea at the time.
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