there is no fluid, they have electric power steering.
There isn't one, it's electric.
there is no power steering fliud because your power steering is electric steering.there is no fluids nor is there a pump...all electrical
There probably is no power steering fluid in the 05 Saturn. Saturn employs an electric assisted power steering system that still has a rack and pinion, but is electrically operated. A much easier, more bulletproof design in my opinion.
It doesn't. Saturn Ions don't use a hydraulic power steering system. They instead use an electric power steering system which uses a small electric motor to provide steering assistance. If you are having trouble with the power steering, take it to any GM dealer to have it serviced.
The power strg unit is in the column yes....It is electric power strg. The steering rack remains the same
You don't. Saturn Ions don't use a hydraulic power steering system. They use an electric power steering system using a small electric motor to provide steering assistance. If you have any problems with the power steering, take it to a GM dealer. GM had many problems with it, so they extended the power steering warranty on all Saturn Ions, Chevy Cobalts, Chevy HHRs and Pontiac G5s to 10 years or 100,000 miles.
It located on the steering pump.Check link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVNkBejm_Go
2004 Saturn what?? if it has electric power steering its and ion or vue, its under the hood in the fuse block on the drivers side, depending on the car, its a mini fuse or a j-case fuse, did you blow it when jump starting??
It is located under the power steering. It's only access is from underneath the car.
There is no powersteering fluid. It is electronic.
Below and to the left of the steering column.
There is no pump to replace. Saturn Ions do not use conventional hydraulic power steering. They use a electric power steering system that uses a small electric motor to provide steering assistance. They are known for problems. If you are having problems with yours, bring it to any GM dealer and they should fix it. GM extended the warranty on the power steering of all Saturn Ions, Chevy Cobalts, Chevy HHRs and Pontiac G5s to 10 years or 100,000 miles.
You don't. Saturn Ion's don't have a normal hydraulic power steering system. There is no need for power steering fluid period. Saturn Ions instead use an electric power steering system which uses a small electric motor to provide steering assistance. An electric power steering system takes stress off the engine, resulting in better fuel economy and better performance. If you are having issues with the power steering, take it to any GM dealer (Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, and GMC) and they'll be able to fix it. GM was known for having problems with the electric power steering on these cars (and Chevy Cobalt's, HHR's, Malibu's, and Pontiac G5's as well). As a result, GM extended the warranty on the power steering systems for these cars to 10 years or 100,000 miles.
Power steering is not electrical. It is driven by an engine belt that turns a hydraulic pump.
Your Vue has electric steering therefore there is no pump. If you have no power strg you have an electrical problem........with the power steering unit or wiring to it. Troubles codes can be read for the steering to help in diagnostics
All clocksprings are located in the steering column under the steering wheel airbag. Have fun!! Ron
There isn't any. The power steering system is entirely electric. If you peek under the dash on the driver's side to the left of the steering column you'll see a rather large electric motor that does your power steering. Problems with the power steering system will light the Malfunction Indicator Light that's shaped like a car and has a wrench on it.
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.
It is and electric assist system not a hydraulic system like on a normal vehicle. there is no fluid to check
If it is a whining noise, the vehicle is low on steering fluid or the power steering pump may be going bad. If it is a clicking noise, the CV joints may be going bad. NOPE a Saturn vue has electric power steering and no pawer steering pumpA Saturn vue has 4 stabilizer links and they are made of plastic Moog makes metal replacements for the front but the rear still come from the dealer and are plastic they wear out and make noise when you turn replace them and the noise should go away
Its to adjust the angle of the steering wheel
The fuse box on a 2002 I200 Saturn is located between the steering column and floor. It is position to the left of the driver, near the hood release.
To replace the power steering rack on a Saturn Ion, You must first dissmantle the current steering rack by accessing the main hood, and from there you can screw the new steering rack into place
The steering system is electric on this vehicle so there is no fluid. The unit is inside the vehicle by the drivers knees and doesn't need any fluid or maintenance. Any problems will usually turn on the check engine light The steering system is electric on this vehicle so there is no fluid. The unit is inside the vehicle by the drivers knees and doesn't need any fluid or maintenance. Any problems will usually turn on the check engine light