where to put power steering in a 2007 Pontiac gran prix
Where do you add power steering fluid on a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville?
Where is the power steering resevoir on a 2005 pontiac grand prix?
Link with picture of where steering fluid goes: http://www.fixya.com/cars/t1612500-power_steering_fluid
Sounds like a weak power steering pump. Have you checked the power steering fluid?
problem with power steering 1994 Pontiac grand am 2.3L
you dont have to you just add more if low
At the power steering pump reservoir. The power steering pump or reservoir is located on the left side of the engine between the engine and the firewall
DOT 3 power steering fluid.
There is no power steering fluid on Pontiac G5/Cobalts, as they are assisted by an electric motor-as opposed to the conventional hydraulic system.
At or near the power steering pump.
The 2001 Pontiac Grand Am power steering pump can be found near the front of the engine. The power steering pump will be on the left-hand side of the engine.
standard powewr steering fluid.
Inside the power steering reservoir
Power steering fluid maybe low check your power steering pump.
The power steering reservoir is underneath the alternator by the firewall.
A person adds power steering fluid under the hood of the car to the power steering fluid reservoir. It is labeled power steering, on a yellow twist cap.
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.
in the power steering pump silly...
Into the power steering reservoir.
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.
Automatic transmission fluid is used for the power steering system.
dextron auto transmission fluid or power steering fluid
It is located behind where the power steering fluid is on the drivers side of the engine.
You can use generic power steering fluid or GM 89021184 fluid. If you're really stuck somewhere you can use trany fluid but power steering fluid is the best.