if you reach down behind the engine on the passenger side you will feel the cap-it is pressure sensitive. you can take it off with one turn. it is a tight fit but is possible. then to add fluid you need a funnel with a long stem. you can feel when the funnel is in and add your fluid. After you add fluid replace the cap and start the car. take a flshlight and shine down near the pump to make sure you are not spraying fluid all over everything. If you are you need a new pump.
I spent a couple of hours last night working on the same problem. I was able to check the level by jacking up the car and taking off the passenger side tire. I had to reach it from below the car and was able to check the level. Good luck on adding to it if it is needed though. What a bad design this is!
On the passenger side, near the firewall and down a foot or two, you'll find it. You can access it from above, but it isn't easy.
this is a major pain in the butt,and the design is horrible...I had to remove cross bar in back and coolant overflow just to get at it!
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regular power steering fluid is all you need.
check the fluid level in the power steering reservoir and make sure it's where it should be.
At th power steering pump reservoir.
Add fluid at the power steering pump reservoir. Rear of engine passenger side.
Top of engine on the passenger side.
It is important to check and maintain the vehicles fluids. A person checks power steering fluid by looking for the yellow lid labeled Power Steering Fluid Only, this is where the fluid can be checked.
Just power sreering fluid. dextron 2 or 3
With the engine cold, remove the cap on the power steering pump. Inside the cap is a dipstick with a marking for both the cold and hot fluid levels
Power steering pump reservoir. Back of engine passenger side.
It probably needs steering fluid.
behind the alternator near the firewall about 3" down