On my 85, it is located on the passenger side behind the engine block, close to the firewall. Follow the engine belt, it should be the only driven device with a cap on top for the fill.
Is a screen built into the power steering reservoir.
In the power steering reservoir located on top of the power steering pump. No pump then it has manual steering.
It's built into the power steering reservoir. To replace it you need to replace the whole reservoir. Fortunately, this is an inexpensive part... ($30).
Listed in the owner's manual.
Upper left engine compartment. Little yellow reservoir, with wide cap, no dipstick,but has mesurements on side of reservoir.
Power Steering Reservoir. Sometimes the reservoir is mounted in another location and not at the pump. Look on the firewall first. Find the pump and just follow the fluid lines going from the pump. They will go to the reservoir.
Locate the reservoir, follow the hose, you will see it.
You remove the cap on the power steering reservoir, and pour fluid in until it is at the full mark.
Driver side of the engine, behind the oil filter cap.
there should be a reservoir powered by a belt with a cap in the front of the engine
according to the owner's manual, page 456; Power steering reservoir-Mopar ATF+4 automatic transmission fluid
You need to drain or suck the fluid out of the reservoir with a syringe before removing it, or you will have a puddle of power steering fluid under your car. Removing the steering pump reservoir is much easier if you remove the valve cover first. Once you do that, you get a bit more room to get your arms in behind the reservoir. There are 2 x 10mm bolts that attach the reservoir to the engine. It is not easy, nor fun, and an air rachet makes it much easier, but you can get them. Don't drop your tools or the screws back in there! Wildman
technically there is no reservoir like a power steering pump or brake fluid..just a dip stick like your oil and you add through the dip stick..when adding to a dodge though slowly add and put it in gear a few times then check the level of it
It should be mounted on the front, driver's side of the engine. It will have a belt and pulley, as well as have it's power steering fluid reservoir attached to it.
drop your steering column... not exactly sure where it is from there but that is the location of it.
Pan on the bottom of the transmission. There is no external reservoir.
normally it stamped onto a logo, but one difference is the power steering pump. 2.7 the reservoir is mounted on the pump, 3.7 the reservoir is connected to the pump via return lines
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That is a cooler for the power steering fluid.
Yes, all power steering systems have reservoirs. Yours should be located under the hood near the front driver side of the engine and be marked as such. It is actually on the passenger side strut tower.
Reservoir tank feeds the radiator. It's a Dodge thing.
Power Steering fluid helps to keep the steering of a car running smoothly. A Dodge Caravan uses Mopar ATF +4 for power steering fluid.
The brake fluid reservoir on a 2002 Dodge Caravan is located on the master cylinder. This will be in the engine bay, on the drivers side, near the top.
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