1994 Chevy lumina freon type
It is listed in your owners manual. If you don't have one call a Chevy dealer.
depends on the engine size and the transmission type.
Says it on the oil cap.
power steering fluid
A 50/50 mix of water and antifreeze
regular power steering fluid is all you need.
Plain old power steering fluid.
It does not matter on that year, just make sure that it is POWER STEERING FLUID.
Should be a 3.1 V6 in the car. If so...Fram PH3387A
The 1971 Plymouth duster uses a power steering system ..... Have a good day
The type of brake system with vacum assist will have a large diameter hose from somewhere on the intake manifold to the brake booster. The type of brake system with hydro-boost will have hoses from the power steering pump to the brake booster.
A diagram of the 1971 Chevy Nova steering column would include the ignition and the shifter information along with the steering column itself. This type of diagram is often found in the Chilton's manual for the year and model.
I am not sure what you mean by cords? Do you mean power steering hoses? VBD
A 1999 Chevy Lumina 3.1 uses standard R-134a refrigerant. It has been used nearly exclusive in automobiles since R-12 was phased out in 1995.
A square one
Chevy 6.5 turbo diesel more than likely has a hydroboost brake system. It means instead of having a vacuum type brake booster it uses hydraulic pressure supplied by the power steering pump to aid in braking. I would think it is more than likely the power steering pump or a power steering fluid leak or a slipping serpentine belt.
Most carts use steering shaft, spindle, tie rods, and pitman arm steering system. This is the simplest and most inexpensive system. http://www.bmikarts.com/Steering-Wheels-Components_c_274.html
Gm fluid are something that's equivalent
Just power sreering fluid. dextron 2 or 3
Pentosin Type G12.
Synthetic power steering fluid from the dealer only. Do NOT mix drugstore power steering fluid, ATF, or non-synthetic fluid in your steering system. Damage to the seals/gaskets could result in leaks.