Manual transmission = 2.5 u.s. qts. Auto transmission = 3.3 u.s. qts. source = 1992 Toyota Paseo repair manual
There is really no reason to need to flush your powersteering fluid unless it has been contaminated. Saturn has no procedure for flushing your powersteering system. If your system has been contaminated, you can manually change the fluid, easiest way is to use a suction gun and empty the powersteering reservoir. Refill the reservior until full. start the engine and allow it to idle for a few minuites. repeat as needed until the fluid is clean.
the Toyota kind! just kidding! trans fluid is just hydralic fluid. dexron 3 will work fine.
next to the brake fluid reservior
This is for the 94 Manual Paseo and I am assuming it is the same for the 96 paseo. The fill plug is located under the air filter housing. It is the biggest one on there and looks similar to the drain plug at the bottom.
No, but transmission fluid can be used for power steering...
Into the transmission fluid reservior
the owner's says :D- II or DEXRON III (DEXRON II)
The powersteering reservoir has the filler tube molded on/in it.
There is no powersteering fluid. It is electronic.
right by the oil
automatic trasmission fluid is the same as powersteering fluid
The rear washer feeds from the same reservior as front, if you look you have 2 pumps in reservior.
In the brake fluid reservior located on top right side of engine.
Under the hood, driver side.
It Is On the driver side (under bonnet) right at the back of the engine next to the brake fluid.
Believe it or not, they did make saturns with out powersteering. Assuming your vehicle is equipped with Power steering, your fluid container will be (standing in front of the vehicle with the hood up) in the upper left corner. the fluid reservior is white in color with a black twist cap. Please view my BIO for access to my Saturn help site. on my main page at the bottom is a link to a visual reference to the pump resevrior, highlighted in red.
Toyota T-IV fluid.
The clutch master cylinder should be attached to the firewall, nearest the drivers side, inline with the clutch pedal. In the engine compartment, look for a smaller version of the brake fluid reservior.
Because the fluid is hot and it is under high pressure.
Nope both front and back use the same fluid reservior
There is not normally a separate reservoir for the transmission Oil is held in the bottom of the transmission case.
On the 1992-1996 Camry wagon, the rear washer uses the front washer reservior. There is a long hose connecting the rear washer with the front reservior.