Question about 1993 Chevrolet Lumina
THE TRANSMISSION AND POWER STRERRING FLUID STARTED LEAKING AT THE SAME TIME. AS LONG AS I KEEP THEM FILLED I HAVE NO PROBLEMS. (IT'S BEEN GOING ON FOR ABOUT 4 MONTHS NOW) SO I'M THINKING IT MAY BE A HOSE OR HOSES NEEDING A REPAIR. THERE IS NO JUMPING GEARS GOING UNLESS THE FLUID BECOMES LOW , SO THAT WHY I BELIEVE IT'S A HOSE PROBLEM. THANK -YOU IN ADVANCED IF YOU CAN HELP.
The power steering has two systems a hi pressure and a low pressure, open the hood, fine the power steering compressor , the belt makes the compressor work so once You located the compressor follow the hoses that are attached to the back, follow each at the time, to the steering box, under, front left, and inspect them, also look at the compressor, or the reservoir, TRANSMISSION, 1 look between the motor and the transmission, if Main front seal,2 follow hoses that go to radiator, 3 look for the transmission sump gasket (pan with many bolts all around)4 Rear or axe ls seals
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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