Automatic Transmission fluid
My 89 lebaron 2.5 non turbo has the ZF (plastic reservoir) power steering pump.....and I need to find a replacement as the low pressure line has broken off!
in the power steering pump, on drivers side out near front of motor.
Dexron III automatic transmission fluid. Should be the same for HICAS if equipped.
The power steering fluid reservoir is up on the passenger side wheel well in the engine bay. Looks like a short fat silver coke can with hoses coming out of it. On a side note, the 300zx twin turbo uses ATF (automatic transmission fluid) not power steering fluid. usually a green casing with black top. the following link is NOT a 300zx, but the reservoir is about the same. http://www.sillbeer.com/images/engine/power-steering-reservoir.jpg
Make sure pump has enough fluid. Then in a slow steady fashion turn the steering wheel left to right going from steering stop to steering stop 5 or 6 times
Chevy 6.5 turbo diesel more than likely has a hydroboost brake system. It means instead of having a vacuum type brake booster it uses hydraulic pressure supplied by the power steering pump to aid in braking. I would think it is more than likely the power steering pump or a power steering fluid leak or a slipping serpentine belt.
There is a solonoid on the starter and the ignition switch is on the steering column.
the power steering reservoir would be to the front left (green casing with black top) this would be you facing the car from under the hood. the hose below it should route you to the power steering pump. it is also recommended to use ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) and NOT power steering fluid in the reservoir (from personal and professional experience, it leaks far less)this is what it would look like... but this is NOT the same car, but the part in question looks identical)
I assumer you are talking about the 2.2 litre turbo engine. There are a few ways to get more power out of this engine. The most common way is to increase the pressure of the air which is being forced into your engine. This can be done by utilizing the wastegate.
It is inside the fuel tank.
A typical Turbo 350 transmission fill tube is the same tube that holds the transmission dip stick. It would be located in back of the engine, a little to the passenger side.
4 quarts of 5W-30
if it is a 2.5L it should be 12 degrees before t.d.c.
you dont. why do you think you need to adjust it?
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Ther is no egr valve on the 2.2 turbo engines. With FI and turbo, there was no need. Some of the earlier carb engines did have egr.
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