Where do you put the power steering fluid in the Pontiac G6 GT 2005

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Asked by Jul 03, 2016 at 08:26 AM about the 2005 Pontiac G6 GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I can't find the reservoir for putting in power steering fluid for my Pontiac G6 GT, 2005.

7 Answers

75,465

You have an electrically run power steering assist motor on there. No power steering fluid to check.

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Why did the indicator light come on?

75,465

Something with the power steering needs to be checked. This (power steering assist motor) is electrically run so you would need someone to look at it.

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It said power steering fluid was low.

75,465

From what I am looking up it is an electrical assist motor for the power steering. I for some reason you have the power steering pump that is belt driven, the reservoir is part of that unit. It would have a plastic screw on cap with a short dip stick on the underneath side of the cap.

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Where is the location? Thanks.

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75,465

Driven by the serpentine belt, front of the motor.

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