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It should be on the right hand side and it should be about the size of a silver dollar...and say POWER STEERING FLIUD on it...at that age of a car may be crudded up ...leme know

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You should have a tank on the pump with a cap - thats where you add fluid. If it is a standard size model with a V6 engine the pump is on the passenger side of the engine on top.

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