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How-to » Steering & Suspension » Steering » How to Replace Power Steering Fluid
 Note: This is a general guide for all vehicles.

How to Replace Power Steering Fluid

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  • Power Steering Fluid
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1
Open the hood and locate the vehicle's power steering reservoir.
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2
Locate and remove the power steering pump reservoir cap.
3
Locate and Remove the lower power steering pump hose.
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4
Drain the power steering fluid into an oil drain pan.
5
Re-install the lower power steering pump hose.
6
Fill the power steering fluid reservoir to the MAX indicator.
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Re-install the power steering fluid reservoir cap.
8
Start the engine and turn the steering wheel completely to the left and right.
9
Shut the engine off. Remove the power steering fluid reservoir cap and check power steering fluid level. Add fluid if needed.
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