It does not matter on that year as long as it is a good name brand.
A good quality power steering fluid from any auto parts store will work. If you are not near a store with power steering fluid you can substitute a good tranmission fluid for Chrysler vehicles. BE CAREFUL AND CHECK THE YEAR , ACCORDING TO CHRYSLER'S 1985 MANUAL, NEVER , NEVER, NEVER USE TRANSMISSION FLUID IN THE POWER STEERING PUMP, POWER STEERING FLUID ONLY.
YES. your power steering pump is a hydraulic pump that pushes fluid through lines to make your wheels move. hydraulic fluid such as ATF or POWER STEERING FLUID is good for your power steering pump. it is a PUMP after all. OIL has the purpose of lubricating, and has very different qualities than hydraulic fluid. DO NOT put OIL in your power steering pump... put POWER STEERING FLUID or if you can't get power steering fluid AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID will do...
Yes, you can use either for power steering however YOU CAN NOT use power steering in your trans. Good question!
The power steering fluid might be low. Add some power steering fluid to see if that helps. The power steering fluid chamber is under the hood. It might also be the belt that drives the power steering pump. There are products to lubricate belts and quiet them down. These are available, as is the power steering fluid, from a good auto supply store. Or you could have a shop top off your fluid and put on a bit of the "belt quiet" stuff.
You can use the regular power steering fluid from you local auto parts, or use Dexron III transmission fluid. Either is good.
Not a good idea. I would have the power steering system flushed. In the long term it may lead to premature pump failure.
Open the good on the right you will see two containers with fluids in it. One container is for coolant another one is for power steering fluid (it's written on the top of the container "Power steering").
The power steering fluid is leaking because somewhere in the power steering system there is a leak. It is possible one of the seals on the steering rack has worn out. That would be a good place to start. It could also be coming from a leaky seal on the power steering pump or from one of the lines.
I've had very good luck using power steering sealers especially on Ford products. If the hose or steering rack is not pouring out fluid, you may have good luck with it.
The power steering fluid in E39 BMW's are located by the front of the car. It is marked ATF on the cap. Good Luck.
it sounds like your power steering fluid is low,,,,, or your power steering pump is leaking (which means it needs to be replaced)... I hope it turns out to be low steering fluid. If the power steering fluid is low, you can have someone add fluid, but keep and eye on whether or not that fluid level is dropping or leaking. Good luck to you.
Yes, not a good think. Your power steering will not properly and because of lake of lubrication it will die. You need clean power steering system of brake fluid. It's not hard to do but just tricky.
Check power steering fluid. If it is good, probly need a new PS pump.
excessive noise even though belt tension is good, or when power steering fluid is leaking out the shaft seal.
Yes. Honda would, of course, like you to buy their products, but any good commercial brand-name product is satisfactory.
First step would be to check if you have enough power steering fluid in the system. If it is low then fill it up to the fill line and it would probably be a good idea to check for leaks in the system. If you check the fluid and it is good, then there would be only one other option, and that would be the power steering pump. First step would be to check if you have enough power steering fluid in the system. If it is low then fill it up to the fill line and it would probably be a good idea to check for leaks in the system. If you check the fluid and it is good, then there would be only one other option, and that would be the power steering pump.
2 possibilites 1. loose or slipping power steering belt. 2. power steering pump could be going out.
replace rack and pinion and power steering pump
You need to add power steering fluid to your vehicle. It is a good idea to check all fluids on a regular basis.
It is better than putting power steering fluid in the brake system but it is still not a good thing. Flushing the p/s system as soon as possible would be best.
Any good quality auto transmission fluid will work.
check power steering fluid and check to see if battery is good
Behind the strut support bar, behind and under the alternator is the power steering cap. It is difficult to get to. Good luck!