Power Steering fluid helps to keep the steering of a car running smoothly. A Dodge Caravan uses Mopar ATF +4 for power steering fluid.
Is a screen built into the power steering reservoir.
Regular power steering fluid.
I am wanting a diagram of the power steering hose and how to take things apart
Low power steering fluid, improper drivebelt function, defective power steering pump or steering gear.
Top middle of engine.
top rear, passenger side
there is one on the 2001 3.8l its by the firewall drivers side to the left of the power steering fluid.
It is on top of passenger side of engine , near firewall.
No, you should not put anything except power steering fluid in. You can on systems such as my dodge caravan, where atf is the factory recommended fluid.
In the power steering reservoir located on top of the power steering pump. No pump then it has manual steering.
The radio fuse would be under the steering column and the relay would be under the hood in the PDC (Power Distribution Center.)
The power steering pump is on the lower passenger side of engine, between the engine and the firewall. It is quite simple to access and service.
It's built into the power steering reservoir. To replace it you need to replace the whole reservoir. Fortunately, this is an inexpensive part... ($30).
Got to drop the engine
Mopar ATF+4 transmission fluid.
I give up. Where?
pink liquid is leaking under the van. I think, it is steering pump problem
Yes, all power steering systems have reservoirs. Yours should be located under the hood near the front driver side of the engine and be marked as such. It is actually on the passenger side strut tower.
The squeaking of a steering column can usually be fixed by adding power steering fluid. It can also be fixed by replacing the belt in the car.
according to the owner's manual, page 456; Power steering reservoir-Mopar ATF+4 automatic transmission fluid
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in power distribution center