If it has electric steering, then no fluid needed. If it have power steering then the pump cap is located on the r/s of the cylinder head ( this is where you add fluid). When you open the hood the cap will be on top near the front of the engine here is a diagram below to show you. Check out the diagrams (Below). Please let us know if you need anything else to get the problem fixed.
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If you do not have electric power steering picture shows where if electric power steering then it maybe another problem.
Steering problem V8 Four Wheel Drive Automatic 84,458 milesI am trying to add fluid and I cannot find it anywhere. I want to add it and I don't know where?
These cars have 2 options one is a hydraulic system and the other electric so here is the location of the the reservoir. Here is a video that shows a pump being replaced and how to check the fluid.Not vehicle specific, but it will give you an idea of what to dohttps://youtu.be/EXDysSOs07gCheck out the diagrams (Below)Please let us know if you need anything else to get the problem fixed.Cheers, Joe
Will Someone Help Me Find The Problem To My Car? This Has Only Happen So Far When It Rains The Steering Power Will Lock On The While The Cars In Motion. And On The Info Screen It Says Low Steering Power Fluid? How Do I Solve This Problem? And Where Do I Put The Fluid In?
Check fluid and your belt and tensioner it may be getting wet and slipping due to age. recommended replacement for belt and tensioner is 60k. It may need to be flushed as well here is a guide and diagrams below.https://www.mslsec.com/articles/power-steering-fluid-flushCheck out the diagrams (Below). Please let us know if you need anything else to get the problem fixed.
You have a 3.5L like you say that is where it is just look its on passenger side in middle of engine above water pump and crankshaft right at the top.Checking and Adding Power Steering Fluid Notice: When adding fluid or making a complete fluid change, always use the proper power steering fluid. Failure to use the proper fluid will cause hose and seal damage and fluid leaks. 1. Clean the area surrounding the reservoir cap. 2. Remove the reservoir cap. 3. Inspect the power steering pump fluid level at regular intervals. Use the appropriate procedure below. Add fluid when required. Refer to Fluid and Lubricant Recommendations.Fluid Is Hot 1. Run the engine until the fluid reaches about 80 C (170 F). 2. Turn the engine OFF. 3. Remove the reservoir cap. 4. Inspect the fluid level on the capstick. 5. Ensure that the fluid level is at the HOT/FULL mark on the capstick. 4. If the fluid level is low, add power steering fluid to the proper level. 5. Install the reservoir cap. 6. When checking the fluid level after servicing the steering system, bleed the air from the system.