Can you use dexron in power steering?
Dexron III. You can Dexron, Dexron II, Dexron IIE, Dexron III, and Dexron V as suitable substitutes depending on availability. Lower numbers indicate a shorter lifespan of the fluid before you need to change it. Do no use Dexron IV (aka Manual Transmission Fluid) as this is likely to cause problems.
Most cars that call for normal power steering fluid can take transmission fluid as a substitute but there are exceptions. Hondas MUST use power steering fluids that meet Honda's spec and must never use ATF. German cars must use Pentosin mineral oil that costs about $50 per litre. Some cars specify Dexron-III/Mercon ATF for their power steering systems like Nissan and Toyota. Just remember to NEVER use Ford Type-F ATF, only fluids that meet or…
You may use power steering fluid or Dexron transmission fluid. Both available at your local auto parts. =================================================================================== Also , the 1997 Ford Crown Victoria owners manual shows Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the power steering