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2001 Steering Sector Leak?

My son's friend has a 2001 2500 that has developed a steering sector leak right near the output. How hard would this be for a mediorce mechanic to repair? Should he even chance/or attempt doing it himself?

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MY TRUCK 2004 Crew cab 4X4 Laramie 305/555 Cummins - Volant CAI - Striker II - set on level 3 - 17.8 MPG Mixed driving. I just drove nearly 1000 miles of Hwy only @ 22.1 mpg avg. 90% with cruise control set on 74 mph. (HAND CALCULATED)

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is leaking psf or engine oil if it oil you need to shave the mount thats what i had to do with mine 86k about 200$ for machine shop
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