Power Steering never has a drain plug.
the power steering reservoir
Remove the plug on the bottom of the power steering fluid pump. Drain the power steering fluid out. Replace the plug to the bottom of the power steering pump. Replace the power steering fluid.
To replace power steering fluid on a 95 Geo Metro, open the hood. There is a large yellow knob labeled with powering steering fluid only. Drain the old power steering fluid and place new fluid.
Power Steering contains the fluid which is in Disc Brakes(uncompressible liquid).It evaporates it self.
Do not run the engine. You need to drain out the fluid antifreeze mixture.You can then refill the power steering fluid.
The power steering pump has two lines attached to it. One line has a tube nut holding it to the power steering pump, the other has a hose clamp. Remove the line with the hose clamp and allow the fluid to drain.
It is important to use the right types of fluids in a car. A 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier uses GM Power Steering Fluid or alternative fluids that meet GM specification GM9985010.
Use a turkey baster to remove excess fluid
a light greeny blue
Power steering fluidPower steering fluid
Disconnect the return line (from the steering rack) at the power steering fluid reservoir. Place it in a drain pan. Run the engine while pouring the new fluid into the reservoir. After the new fluid starts coming out of the hose, shut off the engine, reconnect the hose and refill the reservoir.
On the right center area when the hood is open, there is a fluid cap with what looks to be a steering wheel on it. That is where you add the Power Steering fluid. Check your Owners/Operators Manual for a picture of it.
It does not have a drain plug.
Rear P/S top of engine. A black cap with orange writing that says Power Steering.
You will need to drain out the old fluid first. Then you can put in the new fluid and test out the vehicle.
power steering fluid is fluid that makes the power steering pump work and it goes in the power steering pump under the hood.
The power steering fluid recommended is Mopar
use a turkey baster to suck it out.
Disconnect the low pressure line
you could use a turkey baster
Regular old power steering fluid.Regular old power steering fluid.
Drain the fluid from the power steering pump. Remove the power steering hose. Remove the wiring harness from the power steering pump. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new power steering pump.
power steering fluid grade
Plain old power steering fluid.Plain old power steering fluid.