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your not the only one, your steering system needs flushed out, nissan sentra's have same condition . 2002 models. call dealer, they may not charge too much, to do this. if you want . if you can drain the system yourself, and replace the syeering fluid yourself, do it. also you may be able to add an additive to treat this problem, but drain it first, and make sure you fill it w/ POWER STEERING FLUID ! not transmission fluid ! also make sure the BELT is tight enough.
POWER STEERING PUMP IS USUALLY ON THE PASSENGER SIDE OF THE CAR . YOU WILL SEE FAN BELTS AND PULLEYS CLOSE TO THE FIR WALL YOU SHOULD SEE A CAP THAT SAYS POWER STEERING
THE OIL TUBE IS BETWEEN THE ENGINE AND THE FIRE WALL YOU SHOULD SEE A YELLOW TEE HANDLE OR A RING FOR YOUR FINGER THIS IS FOR THE TRANSMISSION. YOU MUST ALWAYS CHECK THE TRANS WHEN HOT AND RUNNING AND NEVER OVER FILL YOU WILL SEE SLASH MARKS ON THE STICK NEVER FILL ABOVE THE SLASH MARKS
The Crank Seal is Part of the Motor Not the Power Steering Pump. You can take your Truck to the Car wash and Clean the Motor Really well While RUNNING. And then just Drive home. You will be able to see exactly where the Leak is Coming From. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!
I had this question initially. However, the Nissan Sentra (starting in 2007) has an electric Power Steering. It DOES NOT need any power steering fluid. The electric power steering is suppose to give you better fuel efficiency and lower maintenance cost.