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Where do i put power steering fluid in a 2005 chevy impala ss

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SOURCE: 2005 chevy impala power steering leak problem

What you hae to do is check if the reservoir is leaking first if okthen it is either the piping or the steering pump. It is a process of elimination, you may need to clean the area first to discover where the leak is or work back from the point it is leaking on the belt. Until you identify where the leak is coming from it will be dificult to repair unless you just start to replace the pump and reservoir any way.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I add power steering fluid to 2005 chevy equinox?

first and it's sort of obvious... make sure the motor is off.... look for a cap at the front of the motor where the fan belt is... may even be labled power steering ... you add the fluid there

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Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the power steering fluid reservoir

You must have a 3.8l engine. Its on the passenger side of the engine about half way down on the fire wall side. A 3.1l is on the top of the engine on the passenger side.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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Common leak points are the p/s lines, specifically the pressure line where the hard line and rubber hose are crimped together. Also check the pump itself, steering rack and fittings, return line and cooler (usually just a loop in the return line). I usually like to clean off the area where i find the leak with some brake clean and drive the car for a bit. It's easier to find the source of the leak when the fluid isn't all over the place.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: my 2006 chevy impala has a massive power steering

You can change the seal.But check the shaft for a tram line type grove.If this is excesive then change the pump

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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