how to get air out of power steering system on 2006 Ford Taurus???

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Asked by Mar 07, 2015 at 03:26 PM about the 2006 Ford Taurus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

fixed the leaky power steering but now I cannot get all the air out..tried everything that has
been suggested to me at least three times now and it is still noisy when I turn the
wheel..any help/suggestions..thanks

4 Answers

It will bleed it's self. The growling is not air...did you install a new pump? Or is low on fluid

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thanks and it is a new pump and it is not low on fluid

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Ok. I thought maybe you fixed a leaky hose, and was going to say it's the pump. Other than that it's really difficult to say from behind a keyboard sorry. It's been my experience that simply turning the wheel back and forth a few time will bleed it, no tricks

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okay thanks again but I have been turning the wheel back and forth so many times and it is still making noises but hopefully it will get better

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