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Hi Dillon J
The items name is Power Steering Unit
Your leaking power steering fluid from either the power steering unit, or a hose that connects to the power steering unit...
You need to have it repaired as soon as possible, because if you loose all your fluid it will be almost impossible to steer.
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Posted on Oct 29, 2012
Looks like you blow a hose off the power steering pump going to the rack and pinion
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Should not be too hard. I have not done one on an 1986 model but I have on a 1983. The principle will be the same.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
SOURCE: Location of power steering pump
Usually they are located near or part of the power steering reservoir. Look for the cap to fill the power steering with fluid the pump should be underneath.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Remove low pressure and high pressure hoses (this one could be hard to break loose). You might want to have an oil pan handy, to capture the oil. Disconnect electrical sensor. Remove the bolt that holds belt tension adjustment plate. And finally remove the bolt that holds the pump in place. It is bolted from the back and located at the right lower corner of the pump if you are facing the front of the car. Remove the pump assy. I could not remove belt pulley at home, no matter how hard I tried. Ended up taking it to an automotive shop and they removed it in no time, using one of those "pneumatic impact guns". Assemble new pump. Fill the reservoir with PS oil. Make sure both of the front wheels are off the ground, start the engine and slowly spin the steering wheel back and forth for about 5 minutes or untill screeching sound stops and the liquid in the reservoir stops foaming. That will bleed any air that is in the system. Don't go all the way to the end of stroke. Good luck.
Posted on May 09, 2009
look for transmission dipstick under hood near firewall remove dipstick and put fluid in hole where dipstick came out of
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
I have a v6 2000 rodeo and the transmission contiunes to have a slip in it what should I do!! I have been having this problem since I purchased the car brand new in Oct 2000!! What should I do
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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