I have a 2000 mercedes clk 430 conv . Going to change power steering pump do i need to bleed system after pump installed? Or can i just start it and let system bleed its self?

Asked by Jan 17, 2013 at 07:24 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1 Answer

95,185

It will bleed itself. Turn the wheels several times to help it along.

Your Answer

Add photo

Related Questions

  • Easiest way for me to bleed my brakes 16 answers

    Easiest way to bleed my Brakes myself

    1994 Toyota Camry LE

    -

    Maintenance & Repair

  • 1995 toyota corolla power steering system bleeding 5 answers

    I had a power steering hose replaced on my 1995 Toyota and now it has a severe whining like there is no fluid at all. I asked the mechanic if it needed to be bled and he said that there is no bleed...

    1995 Toyota Corolla DX

    -

    Maintenance & Repair

  • power steering 3 answers

    i have been having an issue gettin my power steering to bleed in my 97 corolla. I changed the hose and pump and cant seem to get it to stop whining. I have tried a vaccum pump, turning the wheel with ...

    Toyota Corolla

    -

    Maintenance & Repair

  • My power steering pump went out in my 99 suburban wat should I do 3 answers

    My power steering pump went out in 1999 suburban

    1999 Chevrolet Suburban K1500 4WD

    -

    Maintenance & Repair

  • how to set clock on 2006 clk 350? 23 answers

    I've searched through the net on how to do this. All of the articles say to find the menu from the instrument panel but my clk 350 does not show that time/date menu. i tried going through the coma...

    2006 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 350 Coupe

    -

    General

Shortcuts

Search Maintenance & Repair Questions

Maintenance & Repair Experts

#1 Tom Demyan
Tom Demyan
Reputation 163,350
#2 dandyoun
dandyoun
Reputation 89,550
#3 tenspeed
tenspeed
Reputation 72,650
View All