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Here's a link to check out. 2006 Pontiac G6 Power Steering Is Faulty FIND YOUR COOLANT RESERVOIR ON THE PASSENGER SIDE TOWARD THE BACK REMOVE THE TWO BOLTS THAT HOLDS THIS RESERVOIR IN PLACE LOOK UNDER TO THE RIGHT YOU WILL SEE THE POWER STERRING RESERVOIR CAP I KNOW THIS SEEMS ODD BUT THATS WHERE IT IS LOCATED
Stand over the left front fender. Lean over so you can see past that side of the engine. You'll see the black cap on top of the trans on that side. Is your trans slipping between 1st and 2nd when it's warmed up? 'cause mine is.
you most likely have ELECTRIC power steering not HYDRAULIC
when you open the hood the engine cover will have the engine oil cap and the power steering cap showing if you only have the engine oil cap showing then you have ELECTRIC power steering
the power steering pump is mounted on the front of the motor, the pump has a lid which you unscrew to add fluid. if you cant find the pump follow the serpentine belt until it goes around the pump (large Pulley) with about a four or so inch long neck. Make sure you buy the fluid made for your vehicle.
hi some G6's and i think it's only GT's with a 3.9 liter eng.and the GXP wvith the 3.9 have hydrualic power steering the rest have ELECTRIC POWER STEERING
on your engine cover if it has POWER STEERING PUMP it will have 2 fill caps you can see engine oil and power steering if you only have 1 fill cap then you have ELECTRIC POWER STEERING
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Hello! The power steering reservoir cap is black and does have a yellow picture of a steering wheel on it. It would indeed be located on the passenger's side of the engine, about halfway on the length of the motor. However, if you are unable to locate yours, you have a G6 equipped with the electronic steering system, which has no reservoir. A good way to determine this is if your car has the V6 engine, if it does - you have the electronic system.
Hello! If you have a V6 engine - then the resevoir is located on the right side of (as your facing) the motor, and roughly centered on the engine's side. You will see a cap with a yellow symbol that looks like a steering wheel. If your car is a 4 cylinder - you have an electric steering system, and therefore, no power steering fluid reservoir is present, or necessary.