Where is the power steering fluid valve on a 91 Chevy Caprice?
it should be on the passanger side to the right/front of the oil dip stick whics is right by the headers
Plain old power steering fluid.
At the power steering reservoir, the same place you check the level.
You can add power steering fluid to your 1988 Chevy Astro by removing the top to the power steering fluid reservoir. Pour the fluid directly into the reservoir.
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The Blazer Bravada Power Steering Fluid is the kind of power steering fluid used in a 2001 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4.3 V6. The Van Power Steering Fluid Power Steering Fluid is also a fluid that is used.
Dexron automatic transmission fluid or power steering fluid that you buy from the parts house.
you don't. Chevy cobalts are electric power steering
regular power steering fluid is all you need.
the power steering reservoir
It does not matter on that year as long as it is power steering fluid.
To check the power steering fluid on your 1991 Caprice remove the cap on the power steering pump fluid reservoir and check the level on the fluid level indicator. If the fluid is warm(about 170 degrees)the fluid level should be at the "Full Hot" mark. If the fluid is cool(about 70 degrees) the fluid level should be at the "Full Cold" mark.Always use the correct power steering fluid to avoid damage to the hoses and… Read More
Chevy said to us GM power steering fluid. But it does not matter as long as it is power steering fluid. There just trying to sell something.
It does not matter on that year, just make sure that it is POWER STEERING FLUID.
I am not sure what you mean by cords? Do you mean power steering hoses? VBD
At th power steering pump reservoir.
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it should be a black cylender cup thing that says power steering fluid
there is no power steering fluid, this is an electric assist power steering system, is you are having problems let the experts handle this go to the dealership.
Add fluid at the power steering pump reservoir. Rear of engine passenger side.
At the power steering pump. The reservoir is located at the pump.
well on my 86 it is located on the pump its self driverside down twords the bottom below the AC compresser if you got AC
Power steering reservoir. Look in your owner's manual for location.
the power steering resevoir, MAKE SURE the vehicle requires power steering fluid, some use transmission fluid instead. If your unsure take it to a lube center and ask them to do it you. In the 2004 Chevy Impala with the 3.8L engine, the power steering pump is a sealed unit. It does not require fluid to be added. Also if you have to replace it, it is not an easy job. The power steering pump… Read More
It does not matter on that year, as long as it is PS fluid.
tranny fluid works dex 3
Just power sreering fluid. dextron 2 or 3
there's a reservoir tank under the hood the cap says power steering fluid which should be near the brake fluid reservoir
right under the alternator, just follow the belt down.
Power steering pump reservoir. Back of engine passenger side.
The fluid reservoir should be built onto the power steering pump. There will be a cap on top to fill through.
Check your power steering fluid.
under the hood
dexron III or mercon V tranny fluids or any universal power steering fluid or any liquid including urine will work fine. being that this is a 79 im assuming this rust bucket is puking fluids all over the place, a bottle of lucas power steering fix might be in your best interest
Yes, it can be pushed out of the reservoir.
try power steering fluid with sealer this worked on 2 of my cars
Power steering fluid I believe is universal, the easiest way to know for sure it to got to your local auto store and ask them to show you the power steering fluid. If the ask you what kind of car, you can tell them and have your answer.
Because if the fluid can't cool, it'll rupture lines, and then you'll lose all your power steering fluid.
both power steering fluid or ATF, (automatic transmission fluid) will work, for they are both hydraulic fluids. ATF is just dyed red to detect leaks in the transmission and P.S. fluid is clear. Check owners manual.
power steering fluid is fluid that makes the power steering pump work and it goes in the power steering pump under the hood.
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.
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.
Gm fluid are something that's equivalent
Power steering fluid Power steering fluid
Stand in front of the car with the hood open. Look at the center of the black fan shroud (right behind the Chrome hood ornament). Now look to the left
check the fluid level in the power steering reservoir and make sure it's where it should be.
When you put power steering fluid in the resivor in a 1994 Chevy lumina it just drains onto the road what could the problem be?
power steering pressure hose
power steering fluid grade
It is below the alternator and kind of hard to see.
a light greeny blue
Top of engine on the passenger side.