Where do you add power steering fluid on a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville?
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1956 Pontiac Bonneville sedan automatic are 285 bhp and 80 mph respectively.
Underneath the backseat
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304 PS / 300 bhp / 224 kW @ 4600 rpm is the power of the Pontiac Bonneville automatic 1960 engine and its maximum speed is 160km/h (100mph).
The power steering reservoir is underneath the alternator by the firewall.
The Pontiac Bonneville used the same power steering fluid from 1992 until 2005. You should look for GM Power Steering Fluid with part number1050017 for quart sizes or part number 1052884 for pint sizes.
It is on the left side of the engine back by the firewall.
I found instuctions at autozone.com, and at my library in Chiltons in the reference section.
You need battery power, compression, spark and fuel to run, you are missing one of those.
behind the power steering unit on the oil pump housing above the oil filter
Behind the strut support bar, behind and under the alternator is the power steering cap. It is difficult to get to. Good luck!
does you're car lose power as well? you may have a short somewhere in the connections or a corroded wire(s)
take off serpentine belt unbolt powersteering pump and hoses and drain it. That's it.
Put it in the p/s resirvoir located on the pass side of the engine compartment under the alternator.
Check the Power Steering Fluid level.
I hope by now u found it.... If not, its on the passenger side underneath the power steering pump from the top look'n down.
This is two of the things I know that could be wrong. The power steering pump is either bad or there is no power steering fluid in the pump causing it to have steering problems. Be sure to check the fluid level in the power steering pump.
Probably at the power steering pump. You will find that at the side of the engine that has your drive belts, most likely at the passenger's side and toward the back and top of the engine.
pull one fuse a time to narrow possibles then isolate hot wire
There is a specific tool for this operation. It is a power steering pump pulley puller. This grabs the groove in the end of the pulley and pushes the punp shaft away from the pulley. Available at your parts store.
with the hood open stand in front of the engine look toward the backleft it is usually under the intake manifold use a flash light you will see it better
The power steering pump is located on the left side of the engine (the same side with the serpentine belt). Its in the back ,close to the firewall, and at the bottom half of the enine.
If the windows don't go all the way down, it is likely they are designed that way because of the shape of the door and can not be fixed.
the battery is flat or its to old