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there is still air in the system-jack the front of the car off the ground turn the key just until steering unlocks and turn the steering wheel completly side to side at least a dozen times-watch the fluid level it most not run out of the reservoir or it will suck more air into system and continue to foam-cheers Denny
Look at the engine where the belts are. You should see the power steering pump. The pump has a cap with a built in dipstick (black in color). Twist it 1/4 turn counter clockwise and pull it off. The power steering fluid goes in there. Be carefull not to overfill it because when it gets hot and you turn your wheels, it will overflow out of the top.
Raise the vehicle so the front wheels are off the ground.
Turn the steering wheel all the way to the left.
Fill the power steering fluid reservoir to the FULL/COLD level and leave the cap off.
Have an assistant watch the fluid in the reservoir while you turn the steering wheel fully to the right and fully to the left at least 20 times.
NOTE: On systems with long return lines or fluid coolers, turn the steering wheel from lock to lock at least 40 times.
Add fluid as needed to keep the fluid level at the FULL/COLD level.
Install the reservoir cap and start the engine.
Center the front wheels and lower the vehicle.
Run the engine for about 2 minutes.
Turn the steering wheel in both directions and verify correct power steering operation.
Could be either, to check fill will power steering fluid, start engine, have some one turn steering wheel, and see if it's coming out of a hose or from the back of the power steering pulley, if it's a hose replace power steering hose, if it's from the back of the pulley, replace power steering pump, hope this was very helpful.
CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID LEVEL.SOUND LIKE ITS VERY LOW CAUSING CAUSING MORE AIR SYSTEM.WHICH WILL CAUSE FOAMING.LET VECHICLE SET UNTIL AIRATED FLUID SETTLE DOWN.TURN STEERING TO THE LEFT.CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID LEVEL.ADD FLUID TO COLD MARK LEVEL ON DIP STICK.CRANK UP VECHICLE.TURN STEERING WHEEL LEFT TO RIGHT WITH OUT STOPPING SEVERAL TIMES.THEN CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID.DOING THIS BLEEDS AIR OUT OF THE POWER STEERING SYSTEM.
check to see if you have power steering fluid. if your low fill it up. (most cases thats all it is) check around for any leaks or parts to the power steering unit for and damage (hoses, pump, rer, rack and pinion, any seals or such. you might have a leak somewhere. when your looking for leaks fill the res up with power steering fluid. turn the car on. and have someone turn the wheel so get the fluid to build up pressure in the system.