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Hi, without looking at the engine in front of me, I can tell you to look for the belt that operates everything, and you will find the power steering pump. It will have a small pulley on it with the fan belt around that. It will also have a cap on the top of it. You remove the cap to pour the fluid in. On the body of the pump it will have 2 lines 1 for full cold and 1 for full hot. This means if the engine is hot from driving or cold from setting. Should be very easy to find if you follow what I have said. Good Luck, Shastalaker7
there are two hoses at the base of the steering rack just unbolt one put a pan underneath then just let id drain out put new steering fluid turn on engine then let it all get out hen repeat the third time close the hose fill to spec and done
This is a hydro boost brake system that runs of your power steering so if the power steering fluid is low then you will have no brakes and no steering or if the ps. pump stops pumping then the same thing will happen check for proper fluid level check for broken ps belt if they are find then suspect a bad ps. pump:]
Locate the cap to the power steering fluid reservoir
Remove cap and fill reservoir with GM Power Steering Fluid (P/N 89021184) or any fluid a knowledgeable parts department says is compatible. It may not look like much but there are a few dozen steering fluids available out there and lots of systems aren't compatible with many of them (wrong fluid will disintegrate seals, pumps, etc...)