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the 3800 v6 motors have the reservoir on the power steering pump - if looking at motor drive belt - alt on top of motor back toward windshield - p/s is at bottom of motor toward windshield - lean over motor or slide arm down around alt. - when not running and not hot - unscrew cap - funnel will be needed if fluid is low
A/C condenser sit next to radiator, I think you talking about A/C evaporator which sit by firewall, look for power steering pump pulley, reservoir sit right on top of it, get a flash light and look between firewall and engine on passenger side you will see the p/s pump reservoir cap way down there, will be hard to get to, you'll need a funnel to fill pump.Good luck
The power steering pump is a CB-series, vane-type positive displacement pump with an integral fluid reservoir. A pressure relief valve limits maximum system pressure, and is located inside the flow control valve in the pump housing; the relief valve is not serviced separately. The power steering pump is driven by the engine via an automatically tensioned drive belt. Just Fallow the Belt and Look for the ONLY Component that Has A Cap on it
As you are looking at the engine from the front, it is at the back left, a little under and inside the rear serpentine belt pullies. It's hard to see, but if you look from the inside, down the back of the motor by the firewall toward the belt pullies, you should be able to find it. It is more difficult to access if it with a turbo. No wonder GM is going down the drain. :D
Just guessing. Could it be a warped brake disk? That would cause vibration. And vibration in steering might conceivably cause splashing out the power steering reservoir. You would know if the disk were warped by a shudder when you brake at hight speeds.