Past posting's on this BB seem to suggest that leak from the driver's side is caused by a bad rack. Since I am heading out of town, needed to do a temporary quick fix. Here is what I did:
1. Tightened every connection I could find on the driver's side. (The two hose connections were really tight to begin with)
2. Poured a can of Lucas PS Stop Leak into the system. Surprised to see how thick it is; thicker than honey. Hopefully it does not create some other issues.
The car still has some very slow dripping leak, but not the wholesale dump anymore.
Will investigate more thoroughly when I come back.
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