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Inspect the source of leakage. (Power steering pump,
clamps, discharge or high pressure pipe, suction or low side pipe, rack and pinion assembly).
- Vibrating while braking means the front wheel brake rotors are warped or rear brake drums are eccentric. (Tooling is required)
if the pump has been damaged you might need to replace it ,if its good what you need to do is feel up the pump ,put the cap on it,get someone to help start the truck our car have them turn the stearing wheel right then left ,you do this for about 5 or 6 min, than you brake lose the presure side of your power stearing hose do not take it off just a nough too let the air and a little bit of fluid come out.you might hafe to do this a few times .
no no no and no...do not use brake fluid in the steering, this will eat away the seals and blow the system no way should brake fluid be used, you use auto transmission fluid or correct stearing fluid normally dexron2 but no brake fluid...hope this helps
Gonna take a gander at a guess, and say a power stearing pump. Are you losing power brakes at the same time? If so, probably a serpentine belt. Or a loose pulley (bearing) in there. If only power stearing, check the power stearing fluid first.
Sounds like a brake caliper hanging up. Check the slides to see that they're smooth working. Jack the right side up & make sure the front wheel turns fairly easy. If it's dragging alot then the caliper slide is fubar or the brake hose is collapsed internaly. Replace the hose if that's the case.
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:]