Where do you add power steering fluid on a 1991 VW Jetta?
In the power steering pump
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Answer . Put it in the p/s resirvoir located on the pass side of the engine compartment under the alternator..
Answer . \nto the left of the engin there is a little black box, it has a rough image of a steering wheel and a drop, its a green cap
Answer . \nOn the 2.3 Quad 4 Skylark engine the power steering pump is at the front of the engine block behind the radiator, Usualy where you would see the oil dipstick. The cap should say power steering fluid. Check the dipstick that is on the cap, and fill until the dipstick reads full.
Answer . \nOpen hood, stand next to passenger side tire and look into motor. You will see the power steering box on left next or closest to firewall.
Answer . Your power steering fluid may be low. The tank is near the battery.\n Answer your belt may need changed they go bad around 60 to 70 thousand miles or it could just need tightend
Answer . \nThe Power Steering unit is located under the alt. Make sure the engine is cold. Very tight area. I connected a rubber hose to the bottom of my funnel.
For an AT, here are most of the main steps: You can do it yourself but will need to have a few tools, and will need to raise the car "evenly", so both front and back are raised. *Critical tools to have: Torque wrench, Metric socket set, Allen wrench (strongly suggest socket based so you can torque i…t correctly later), oil drain container, 2 jacks (2ton or more), 4 ramps and (not to lift, but just for support.. i just slid them underneath after jacking the car evenly from both sides (get a friend to help), 4 jack stands,for additional SAFETY!!! Before doing anything else, download the 311 or 409 version of this software for older vw's, or the newer version for new ones:(probably torrent, etc) http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/download/ You will basically need to buy a compatible cable, plug into your diagnostic port on your car (under the steering wheel), then to the serial port on your PC (any old PC will do), and use the software. Before starting as well, run the software, then go to ross-tech.com to get the code for the software so you can read the temperature on the tranny so you can get an idea of what your going to be doing. Follow these steps for starters: http://www.blauparts.com/vw/vw_fluid/vw_automatic_transmission_fluid.shtml Also visit the forums from vwvortex.com for further assistance. (MORE)
\n. \n Adding Power Steering Fluid \n. \nIf your car is equiped with power steering, the reservior is located in the engine bay on the drivers side. It is attached to the engine where the belts run.
standing on the passenger side of car with hood open. place right hand on the alternator and take left hand and drop it down pass the two hoses that are there and the cap to the resevouir is under the two hoses. very hard to see. will need a funnel to fill care it does not take a lot.
Answer . \nthe resivior is on the passenger side of the motor, its white, and you add it at the same place you check it.
there's a reservoir tank under the hood the cap says power steering fluid which should be near the brake fluid reservoir
Leak . You have a leak. The leak can be from the pump or any of the fittings. You may also have a leak at the rack & pinion.
Answer . It seems VW use their own formulation of steering fluid. it's "VW G 002 000". Seems like you have to get it from a VW dealer.
Answer . Open hood, look at the rear right of the engine compartment. You'll see a coolant tank. Near the tank you'll see the brake master cylinder with the plastic reservoir attached directly on top.
You can add power steering fluid to your 1988 Chevy Astro byremoving the top to the power steering fluid reservoir. Pour thefluid directly into the reservoir.
It is important to maintain the fluid levels of a vehicle. A personadds power steering fluid for this car into the power steeringreservoir under the hood under the lid labeled power steering.
Aside from the obvious, Power Steering Pump resevoir; and depnding on the model year and engine, typically the location is on driver's side down low. There's a black plastic twist know with a white plastic resevoir. With the engine off, twist counterclockwise and pull off; the dipstick will show the… level. Power Strg fluid, or Auto. Trans. fluid works. (MORE)
Most of the E-class wagons have the hydraulic suspension systems for the rear level control. This fluid is also used as the power steering fluid in this car. The reservoir is on the front right side of the engine if looking in from the front of the car. Note, this takes hydraulic fluid though, and n…ot power steering fluid. The part number for the fluid is: A 001-989-03-10. This is good for 1996 up to 2001. Its called Fuchs, Titan zh 5364 B. Hope this helps! (MORE)
Under the engine cover on the R/H side facing the engine. Lift off the cover (by hand, no tools) and the reservoir can be seen.
To add the transmission fluid you will first need to allow theJetta to warm up. Once warmed up place in park, access thetransmission drain plug, and then refill.
open the power-steering reservoir cap. generally it says "power-steering fluid" ... first open up the hood... and make sure you have the right type of fluid.
You can add power steering fluid to your Nissan Pathfinder byadding it to the power steering reservoir. The power steeringreservoir will be near the firewall in the engine compartment.
There's a star-shaped cap behind the battery (closer to the windshield) on the driver's side of the engine compartment. That's where the power steering fluid goes (I use dexron III automatic transmission fluid).
Depending on the year model, there should be a black resovoir on the passenger side(under the hood). You should use the same type of fluid as your transmission, again depending on the year model.
My 2010 Ford Escape's manual says it has electric assist steering.......would it even have power steering fluid?
In a 2.0 the power steering reservoir is in the very front to the right it should be kinda small w/ a indent in the top and its got a little picture of a steering wheel and a drop of fluid over it
A person adds power steering fluid to the reservoir under the carhood. It is added with a small clean funnel
While parked on a level surface, and th engine is cold , locate thepower-steering reservoir. The reservoir is connected to the powersteering pump and is clearly labeled. Add approved fluid to justbelow the low-level mark.
facing engine (bonnet up) on right hand side near shock tower is BLACK reservoir with sensor wire in center of cap - this is power steering(white capped reservoir = brake )do not put brake fluid in power-steering or power-steering fluid in brake res.. use power-steering fluid or auto trans fluid to… top up (MORE)
Open bonnet, when looking at engine directly behind the radiator fan to the right (passenger side) follow the fan belt and you will see the power steering pump with a round black plastic knob. Unscrew, remove round alloy lid and re-fill. Replace lid and tighten plastic knob. Done.
Absolutely not, don't let the dealer suck you into a 8 dollar a pint of VW Audi Skoda fluid, it's all the same. Go to auto zone and get the 99 cent stuff...
I'm not sure where the reservoir is located on a W8 but the cap is green. Only use VW fluid, it is special mineral oil and if you don't it will ruin the pump.
Checking the power steefing fluid on jettas is one of the easiest fluids that you can check. In the front left center of the engine after you lift the the hood, there should be a small colored cap with a slit in the top where you can insert a flathead screwdriver and screw it off. Much like changing… your oil, wipe off the dipstick (which is much sorter than the oil dipstick) and check to see if the fluid reaches the pattern mark on the dipstick. If your car makes a whining/ moaniong noise, its your power sterering.. Checking the power steefing fluid on jettas is one of the easiest fluids that you can check. In the front left center of the engine after you lift the the hood, there should be a small colored cap with a slit in the top where you can insert a flathead screwdriver and screw it off. Much like changing your oil, wipe off the dipstick (which is much sorter than the oil dipstick) and check to see if the fluid reaches the pattern mark on the dipstick. If your car makes a whining/ moaniong noise, its your power sterering. (MORE)
\nhttp://new.volvocars.com/ownersdocs/2002/2002_S60/imagespg174b.jpg\n. \nPower steering fluid reservoir\nThe fluid level should always be between the MIN and MAX marks.\n. \nFluid type: ATF\n. \nReplace: No fluid change required\n. \n. \n. \nEngine compartment \n1. Expansion tank - coolant\n2…. Power steering fluid reservoir\n3. Washer fluid reservoir\n4. Dipstick - engine oil\n5. Radiator\n6. Cooling fan\n7. Oil filler cap - engine\n8. Clutch/brake fluid reservoir\n9. Relay/fuse box\n10. Air cleaner\n11. Battery (in trunk) \n12. Data plate\n. \nhttp://new.volvocars.com/ownersdocs/2002/2002_S60/imagespg170b.jpg\n. \n. \nFred Frith (MORE)
The power steering pump is in the engine compartment,to the right side,towards the rear of the engine
On the drivers side of the motor, there is a deep power steering fluid reservoir. Unscrew the lid and and then unscrew the strainer.
Find the power steering fluid canal, make sure you read the cap label that specifies Power Steering Fluid. Pour contents to specified fluid level. You may find the Power Steering Fluid canal on the right side of your radiator block.
Use DEXTRON II. Remove the power steering fluid reservoir cap, and fill the power steering reservoir until the fluid reaches the full line.
Look for the lid marked power steering or check your owners manual. DO NOT PUT POWER STEERING FLUID IN THE WRONG RESERVOIR! Use a trany funnel(long flexable neck) or even roll up a sheet of computer paper into a funnel if you're stuck. Stick is attached to lid with min. & max. lines on it. Try not t…o overfill as it will leak out the reservoir when running and when it gets hot. (MORE)
in the reservoir on the left side of the engine bay between the coolant tank and the washer fluid tank - it is a black tank with an yellow or orange top - use a large flat head screwdriver and unscrew the top. Add Pentosin CHF 11S Synthetic Hydraulic Fluid or equivalent - I heard that Valvoline synt…hetic power steering fluid will work. (MORE)
Hi if you look between the battery & headlight you will see a yellow cap below the battery, how you are meant to get to it im not sure !! hope this helps
stand in front of the car it would be in the left side is a black container with a round cap into it, also has two rubber lines coming from under it,
what type of power steering fluid can i used in my 97 s320 mercedes besides going to the dealer
You remove the cap on the power steering reservoir, and pour fluid in until it is at the full mark.
A 1991 VW Jetta's power steering reservoir is located towards thefront of the engine bay. The unit can be seen placed on top of thepower steering pump.
The newer VW's have a electro mechanic steering system so there is no power steering reservoir typically found in hydraulic steering systems.
The PS Reservoir is located in the engine bay and is marked "ATF Fluid Only." The ATF fluid I use for my 528i's PS is Redline D4 ATF, but you can use any Dexron 4 - grade ATF such as Mobile 1. Good luck.
On a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer : Both the 4.0 liter V6 engine and the 5.0 liter V8 engine have thepower steering fluid reservoir located at the front of the engine nearthe vehicle battery * according to the Owner Guide , MERCON automatic transmissionfluid is used as the power steering fluid
in the top of the power steering reservoir on the passenger side of the engine.
What will happen if u I added power steering fluid to a leaking power steering pump