'92 Aerostar: Power Steering Fluid Reservoir, and...

Asked by Jul 15, 2016 at 03:54 AM about the 1992 Ford Aerostar 3 Dr Eddie Bauer Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So: if the transmission fluid goes down the dipstick
tube, then the cylinder by belts must be reservoir fo
power steering fluid. Can see window wash, the
brake fluid, place to add engine oil, and coolant.

So#2: Thought it maybe needed power steering
fluid due to the "ra ra ra ra" rubbing sounds when
turning sharper turns (ie, parallel parking), but what
I THINK (...) is the power steering reservoir, is full .

So(#3): what could it be?

3 Answers

Oh, and the tires aren't rubbing inside rims.

90,425

Sounds like tires rubbing? Possibly the tires have been replaced with slightly wider than stock and are rubbing the inside of the fender wells, it should do it both right and left. Look for rub patterns in the wheel wells.

Thnxx, checked that, but tis not it. What else could it possibly be? --Perplexed

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