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There is always a screw on cap somewhere on the engine, or on the side of the engine compartment. The cap will have a dipstick leveler attached. You may need to consult an owners manual for the exact location, or head to an auto parts store...they will almost always be knowledgable enough to help you fill your fluids.
The power steering pump on a 1980 corvette is located directly under the alternator. I have found it easiest to reach between the alternator belt and unscrew the cap, then use a long stemmed funnel to fill it. If you shine a flashlight down into the spout, you'l avopid overfilling.