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Where do i put power steering fluid in a 1991 jaguar xjs

Need to locate area to add power steering fluid

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From the left side of the engine bay the pump is visable below the front of the air filter. It is fillable with a long funnel.

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SOURCE: Where is the power steering fluid dip stick on a 1988 XJ-S?

I am not familiar with this car. However, on most cars the power steering level is not determined by using a dipstick. On most cars, you open the power steering fluid reservoir and look at it to determine if the reservoir is full. I hope this helps.

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