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  1. An '98 Oldsmobile Intrigue has no power steering turning left at 800 RPM (idle-pulling out of a parking spot). I drained 8 oz. out of the power steering fluid reservoir, and put the same amount (8 oz.) of Sea Foam Trans Tune. I ran the car for about 40 minutes with this. It did seem to loosen the power steering in general, but the left turning issue is pretty much unchanged. What is likely the problem?
  2. I have a 350 chevy small block in my 79 camaro and the power steering belt is constantly slackening. I have not driven the car more than a few hundred yards because its not yet street legal so it is not becoming loose due to it just stretching like normal over the first 100 miles. I have a brand new power steering belt and have replaced the power steering pump as well. i have tightened the belt twice now after i have just run the car for a couple minutes without it going anywhere and each time it slips back to where it is loose again. I have tightened all the bolts and it keeps doing it so I'm not sure what to do now. Any and all answers or advice are appreciated. thanks!
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