it is located on the drivers side front of the engine. it has a black coveron it. you will have to move the engine cover to accessit. if you are loosing fluid or the pump is loud this may be caused by a bad lower p/s hose. that is located on the drivers side on the raddiator support. you will see 2 hoses there the top one goes into the pump reservior,the lower one usually leaks. if this is the case you can take it to the dealer it will be repaired under warranty. i work for the dealer.
where is power steering reservior 2002 vw jetta tdi
Below the alternator - driver's side.
open hood, front of engine on th drivers side. small reservior with black cap.
According to the 2008 Ford Escape Owner Guide : It has the Electric Power-Assisted Steering system ( EPAS ) There is no power steering fluid reservoir to check or fill
on the right side of the engin in the frount
On my 1998 E320 the power steering fluid is supplied by the load leveling hydraulic fluid resivoir.
If your car is equiped with power steering, the reservior is located in the engine bay on the drivers side. It is attached to the engine where the belts run.
Most power steering noise is caused by low fluid level. Check level in reservior. Other check is make sure belt is tight.
No fuses in POWER steering, power comes from a hydraulic pump. if your power steering isn't working folow the column through the firewall and to the sttering box, hoses from the sttering box will attach to a pump and reservior tank and probaly be driven by a belt on the engine. make sure the oil level in the reservior is full, next the hose could have failed, and lastly, and most expensive, the pump has failed.
left side of the engine bay kind of a yellow color its labled on the lid
Replace the power steering pump located just right of the windshield washer fluid reservior in the left front corner of the engine compartment. Add power steering fluid and replace serpentine belt. (Belt part #: 425K4)
it is on the left side of you. u being the driver side. good luck.
This small amount will do no harm.
I was a Merecedes mechanic. My 1998 E320 has an automatic load leveling fluid resivoir. This also suplies fluid to the power steering. I buy replacement hydraulic fluid from the dealer.
THere is a fill line on the reservior. The total amount is about 1 1/2 pints.
Bolted to the inner fender well, look for the line that comes up from the pump
If it was low recently and you filled it, it could be air in the system. The overflow can also result when pressure in the tank is too high. This is often the result of a faulty power steering pump.
What size engine do you have, Engines are not all the same. BCLear. Try this anyways, Find your drive belt first, it is a long black belt about an inch wide by 1/4 inch thick with ribs on one side. One of the things it will turn is the power steering pump pulley. The pump will have a couple lines going to it. There will be a fluid reservior at the pump typically or another line leading off the pump to a reservior. Gms of that era will have a cap that is about 2 inches in diameter with an identification that it is power steering fluid on it.
Your leaving a lot of information out, such as the year and the motor. You need to BCLear. Having said that. I'm guessing it is a 3.8. If so look on the passenger side, between the motor and the firewall. There is a reservior down there. Follow the belt if your having trouble, the belt always runs the Power Steering.
the power steering reservoir would be to the front left (green casing with black top) this would be you facing the car from under the hood. the hose below it should route you to the power steering pump. it is also recommended to use ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) and NOT power steering fluid in the reservoir (from personal and professional experience, it leaks far less)this is what it would look like... but this is NOT the same car, but the part in question looks identical)
if they did that your car could get damaged and you should sue!
If you open the hood and stand in front of the engine, the power steering unit is located behind the radiator on to your left. Look at when the belts are and you will see a silver cap about 2" in diameter. Unscrew the cap and there is a dipstick on it indicating how high to fill the reservior. Use Dextron 3 automatic transmission fluid, there is no need to buy special power steering fluid. VBdenny
Secure the power steering pump with the retaining bolts. Attach the power steering hose to the power steering pump. Put the belt on to the power steering pump. Fill the power steering system with fluid.