where do I pour the powersteering fluid on this car?

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Asked by Dec 23, 2013 at 03:46 PM about the 1992 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I lose the manual :C

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Look around near the belts out under the hood at the front of the engine and you will see a black metal container with a black pulley. On top there will be a small (maybe 2 inch in diameter) cap that you will need to unscrew off in order to check the level of and if necessary add power steering fluid. It might even say Power Steering right on top. The level can be checked by the dipstick which is attached to the cap itself.

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Show me were to put the power starring into my1999chevy Lumina

Show me were to put the power steering fluid in my1999 chevy Lumina

Show me were to put the power steering fluid in my1999 chevy Lumina

Does it make a different were its at if your telling me its on a1992 my car is a1999lumina will the power steering fluid is in the same place to look

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