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How do you add power steering fluid in a 1997 Buick Skylark?

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2006-12-30 23:31:08
2006-12-30 23:31:08

On 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.

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