UPDATE on 1967 Mark 2 3.4 Marles varamatic power steering noise

After posting the earlier thread on this topic several minutes ago, I came upon a post by Frank regarding a DG 250 transmission problem another lister was experiencing in which Frank indicated that some fluids do not work as intended until warmed up. Several years ago after purchasing a replacement power steering reservoir filter from SNG (the one in there was made by Purolator might have been there for years) , a similar less than ideal power steering problem was rectified. In addition to that, shortly thereafter, upon the advice of a Jaguar specialist I replaced the power steering fluid with an item made by CRC called ‘automatic transmission stop leak and seal conditioner Trans X.’ to cure a nagging leak. Trans X worked , it’s been two years, and I’m wondering if Frank’s postulation regarding the necessity of some fluids to warm up for proper performance quality. I don’t think in all the years I’ve owned this car has it been driven in temperatures as low as 40 degrees F. Just a thought…
Mel R.

Mel R.