How/where do you put in power steering fluid?


Asked by May 19, 2007 at 08:39 PM about the 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I cannot find the power steering fluid reservoir to check power steering fluid level

6 Answers

it is between the engine and firewall, and its like a foot down so you cant see it

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it's near the firewall .

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if your car has the 3.8 v-6, open the hood and look on the pass. side, up near the firewall, then look down and you will see a black cap with a white steering wheel on it- do not check it while the car is running because it is too close to the serpentine belt. it is tricky, but you should be able to reach it.

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If your car has the 2.2 I-4, it is the same black cap with the white steering wheel, but it is located to thr right of the engine right there in front of you. Kinda hard to miss.

I haven't tried it yet , but from what I hear, I am going to remove the right front wheel, cut a access hole in the inner fender well by the power steering pump so I can see what I'm doing and get to the cap to check/add fluid. This isn't something that you have to get to very often, UNLESS you have a leak. You can cover the access hole with a piece of plastic using screws to hold it. This I believe would be the easiest method. Bill

I just checked the the power steering fluid on my 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix and it wasn't too bad at all. I wrote the answer above and as I said I hadn't tried it but now I know I don't have to do anything except raise the hood, and with a flashlight find the cap, reach in with 3 fingers and remove it.Check it cold as it is marked on the dipstick. No problem.

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