There is no fluid on the 2004. They operate on electric power steering. you need to replace the two fuses on top of the battery that control your Power Steering. your owners manual will show you which ones are the right ones.
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
It located on the steering pump.Check link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVNkBejm_Go
Below and to the left of the steering column.
There is no powersteering fluid. It is electronic.
It is located under the power steering. It's only access is from underneath the car.
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.
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??