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Is Mobile One ATF OK to use in a 2000 BMW 323is power steering system?

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Answered 2006-10-15 15:00:59

yes the red atf fluid is ok for your Power Steering, and only power steering, do not use regular atf fluid in the actual trans.

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An integral power-steering system is otherwise known as a four-wheel steering system. It is also known as an all-wheel steering system.


A power steering pump is an essential part of the steering mechanism of your car. This is run directly from the engine (via a pulley system) and provides the hydraulic power for the steering system.


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Assuming you have power steering, you may have a loose belt or the power steering system has a leak and the power steering fluid reservoir is low or empty.


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The Vue doesn't use power steering fluid. The power steering system is entirely electric and requires no maintenance. If there is a problem with the power steering system, the Malfunction Indicator Light with the icon of a car and a wrench will light.


The power steering is a separate system to the engine. The power steering system consists of a pump, bolted to the engine. A steering box, bolted to the vehicals frame and two hoses carrying fluid back and forth between the two. There is no power steering hose "in" the engine.


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A loose power steering belt or the power steering pump has failed or the power steering fluid reservoir is empty because of a leak in the system.


The 2005 Cobalt has an electrical steering system. There is no power steering fluid used. The steering column has lubrication points.


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The newer VW's have a electro mechanic steering system so there is no power steering reservoir typically found in hydraulic steering systems.


You will screw your steering system. You need to flush steering system ASAP. And of course do not drive with engine oil in steering.


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