I figured it out. You gotta rent or buy a "pulley" to remove the drive belt wheel right in front of the Power Steering reservoir intstead of that whole thing. There are two more bolts you have to remove in order to remove and replace the water pump which you can't get to unless you remove that drive belt wheel. Once you do that you're almost home free. I did figure out that "while I was down there" I might as well replace the clamps on all my water pump hoses. Justa tip to any out there who didn't already know.
Remove belt guards, loosen alternator hold-down bolt, loosen belt tensioner, remove belt, unhook power steering line clamps and lines at reservoir, remove reservoir and pump. Reinstallation is reverse of disassembly.
Remove the power steering pump bracket. It can be done without dropping the rack.
There is no special tool needed to remove the power steering reservoir cap of a Volkswagen Golf. It can be removed with a flat head screwdriver.
You can pour fluid into the power steering reservoir. Remove the top to the reservoir and fill to the full Mark on the side of the reservoir.
Remove cap to power steering reservoir, add fluid, place cap on reservoir when done.
Yes, you will need to remove the power steering reservoir. It's held in by a 10mm screw and two hose clamps.
Jack vehicle under centre of front cross member just enough to lift tyres off surface. Place a suitable container under the Power Steering Fluid Reservoir. Remove the lower hose (inlet to pump) from the reservoir. Allow fluid to drain into container. Replace hose and fill reservoir with new fluid (Cap is LH thread). Start engine and exercise power steering rack from lock to lock several times to purge old oil back to reservoir. Again remove hose from reservoir and allow to drain. Refill reservoir and again exercise steering. Check fluid level and top up as required.
How to remove and replace a steering column on a 95 Cadillac Sedan Deville?
The power steering fluid reservoir is located under the hood of the car. Remove the lid, using a small funnel and add the right type of fluid, and replace the lid.
that's a messy job, do it over a large pan or rocks or something, just remove the hose from the pump side and the other end from the steering rack side and replace
Use DEXTRON II. Remove the power steering fluid reservoir cap, and fill the power steering reservoir until the fluid reaches the ''full'' line.