Where is the psps on an 01 taurur
When car is running, power steering fluid is low but
when you shut it off fluid pushes up out of pump
Ronald, The power steering pressure switch is located on the steering rack of the vehicle. Here is a link showing the location (number 13 in the diagram I believe) If you are getting fluid pumping out of the pump reservoir, then its either overfilled, or there is an air bubble present in the system. Good luck. http://www.oepartsstore.com/a/Ford__Taurus/54641528__6487 631/STEERING-GEAR--LINKAGE/JN92210.html
Tried the link but doesn't go anywhere but thank you
So sorry the link didnt work. Ill attach an image this time instead. Here is the legend for the image, hope this helps: Item Part Number Description 1 N606676-S428 Screw 2 3691 Power Steering Reservoir Pump Hose 3 3A714 Power Steering Left Turn Pressure Hose 4 -- Frame 5 3A713 Power Steering Return Hose 6 3D746 Power Steering Fluid Cooler 7 3493 Power Steering Return Line 8 N611176-S56 Screw 9 3E764 Power Steering Pump Reservoir 10 N808515-S36 Stud 11 N621906-S100 Nut 12 2344 Power Steering Return Line Clamp 13 3F619 Bracket 14 3A674 Power Steering Pump 15 3N824 Power Steering Pressure Switch 16 -- Power Rack and Pinion Steering Gear 17 3C510 Power Steering Hose Bracket 18 N605893-S301 Screw 19 3F540 Steering Shaft U-Joint Shield A -- Tighten to 9-12 N-m (80-106 Lb-In) B -- Tighten to 4-5 N-m (36-45 Lb-In)
Yikes, looks like that didnt word wrap correctly. Number 15 is calling out the PSPS.
Thank you but that is a different system than I have
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