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Username Post: Power Steering Pump        (Topic#347719)
1spacover 
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Reg: 08-09-17
10-17-17 01:27 PM - Post#2711166    

On a 1966 427 with power steering, how do you add or check fluid without removing or moving the alternator??? It sits directly under the alternator mounting bracket.

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bowtiefan 
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bowtiefan
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Reg: 02-19-04
10-17-17 06:55 PM - Post#2711189    
    In response to 1spacover

On our '67 BB, there is enough room to tilt the lid/dip stick to get it out. If that doesn't work, I had to cut the tip off of the dip stick on my modified '72 to get it off. Still tight, but that may be what you need to do.
Ken

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