The power steering reservoir is on the pasenger side, between the firewall and the engine, closer to the bottom end of the engine. If you put your head in the corner and look strait down youll see the cap. Then you have to jam your hand in there cause its a tight fit. Youll need a long flexible funnel or hose to add fluid and if you overfill it seems to leak for a couple days and then stops.
With the engine off, remove the power steering reservoir cap, and read the fluid level.
Check the level of the power steering fluid. A low level or no level of fluid will cause the groaning noise.
check the power steering fluid level. I would have to say your low on fluid.
check power steering fluid level
check the power steering fluid level and the power steering belt
Look at the level in the power steering reservoir...
Denise, the fluid goes in the power steering pump resovior at the same place you check the level. Make sure to check the level when the fluid is hot.
Lift the hoods, find the lid to the power steering reservoir and remove the lid. Attached to the lid is the dipstick to the power steering fluid, read the level and decide if more needs to be added.
Remove the cap and check the level when the fluid is hot.
Yes it does. Check your power steering fluid level.
check power steering fluid level. Also check belt.
The level check for power steering fluid is on the reserve for the pump.