any run of the mill PS fluid can be used in a Chevy truck/SUV. in a pinch u may sub in ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid.)
power steering fluid
It does not matter on that year as long as it is power steering fluid.
See Ganderton's Answersearch for "How do you change power steering fluid". Hope it Helps.
The best way is to siphon the old out and pour new in.
You can add power steering fluid to your 1988 Chevy Astro by removing the top to the power steering fluid reservoir. Pour the fluid directly into the reservoir.
The Blazer Bravada Power Steering Fluid is the kind of power steering fluid used in a 2001 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4.3 V6. The Van Power Steering Fluid Power Steering Fluid is also a fluid that is used.
The power steering pump. Autozone will probably do it for you if you ask.
you don't. Chevy cobalts are electric power steering
regular power steering fluid is all you need.
Plain old power steering fluid.
the power steering reservoir
Begin by removing the belt from your 1994 Chevy Suburban power steering pump. Remove the power steering pump hose. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts. The power steering pump will come off.
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Chevy said to us GM power steering fluid. But it does not matter as long as it is power steering fluid. There just trying to sell something.
Search Wiki for 1998 Chevy Suburban power steering pump replacement, the author based his answer on a 1997. Enjoy
It does not matter on that year, just make sure that it is POWER STEERING FLUID.
Yes it will.
At th power steering pump reservoir.
it should be a black cylender cup thing that says power steering fluid
At the power steering pump. The reservoir is located at the pump.
there is no power steering fluid, this is an electric assist power steering system, is you are having problems let the experts handle this go to the dealership.
Add fluid at the power steering pump reservoir. Rear of engine passenger side.
How do you put the pulley back on the power steering pump on a 1990 suburban
At the power steering reservoir, the same place you check the level.