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Where is the place to put the power steering fluid on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville se sedan

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Its located on passanger side of motor beside firewall back of motor wil need funel to top up.

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I have a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville SE with 155000 miles on it. I am using about a pint of power steering fluid every two weeks. What could be causing the problem and how do I fix it? If you have pictures...


You have a leak somewhere. Clean all the system hoses and the pump and rams. Start car, Get someone to work thet steering and check everything for leaks. Oil seals on the pump can leak when worn.

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