Behind the strut support bar, behind and under the alternator is the power steering cap. It is difficult to get to. Good luck!
Where do you add power steering fluid on a 2003 Pontiac Bonneville?
The power steering reservoir is underneath the alternator by the firewall.
behind the power steering unit on the oil pump housing above the oil filter
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.
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.
This is your power steering pump failing, I would suggest replacing it sooner rather than later.
to remove pump on 1997 Bonneville, I aligned holes on actual pulley wheel access holes and reversed bolts.........
it is located behind the power steering pump. You need to remove the power steering pump to get to it which requires removing the engine mount next to it to get the bottom bolt out of the power steering pump. The sensor is directly behind the power steering pump. You can follow the cable that goes behind the pump. It is the only one there.
Fill power steering resevoir Leave cap loose Turn wheel "lock to lock" 5-6 times
The power steering reservoir is on the passenger side behind the engine compartment.
Getting your electric power steering pump to work is dependent upon what is causing the power steering pump to malfunction. In most cases replacing a blown fuse will alleviate the problem.
I found instuctions at autozone.com, and at my library in Chiltons in the reference section.
Replacing the hose would be best.
dirty oil in system not drained from previous pump
under the hood, on the passenger side on the back side of the motor looking straight down...will have to get under the hood to see the power steering reservoir to add fluid.
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.
No, you don't have to remove the power steering pump to remove water pump. You do have to loosen the 2 screws that hold the power steering pump and then move power steering pump about an inch or so, so you can have access to some of the screws that hold the water pump on.
Lower passenger sdie of the fire wall, look behind the power steering pump.Lower passenger sdie of the fire wall, look behind the power steering pump.
Under the cap that says Power Steering, behind and under the Alternator, by the Firewall.
It doesn't have a power steering pump. The system is electric, and the motor is located behind the lower knee panel attached to the steering column.
The power steering fluid reservoir is located under the hood of the car. Remove the lid, using a small funnel and add the right type of fluid, and replace the lid.
Fill your power steering fluid. When you get low it will start to whine. Do this as quickly as possible, because replacing a power steering pump is not fun.
I have a 2006 Ion - the power steering went out. My dealer said that this was a common problem - Saturn was working on a recall. They took care of replacing the steering column - no charge.