Tip & How-To about Toyota Corolla
1. Open the hood of the vehicle.
2. Look for the power steering fluid reservoir.
3. Raise the reservoir and disconnect the hose that goes to the oil cooler.
4. Connect a hose of suitable diameter to the disconnected hose that goes to the oil cooler and put the hose end in the fluid jar.( be careful not to spill the fluid on the painted area of the body. Wipe off spilled fluid at once.)
5. Start engine and let it run at idle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock position several times. When fluid stop running out from the hose, shut off the engine. Discard fluid that was drained from the reservoir.
6. Re-fit the return hose to the reservoir.
7. Fill the reservoir to the level mark.
Note: Use only fluid that is recommended by the manufacturer.
8, Start engine and run it at fast idle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock position several times in order to bleed air that is present inside the system.
9. Recheck the fluid level. Add some if necessary.
Note: Do not fill the reservoir beyond the upper limit
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