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Power Steering I have an 1989 Nissan Stanza that currently has NO power steering. Where do you check the power steering fluid at in this car? And where do you put it in?

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On the motor somewhere (probably the top, front) There will be a black cap.  It will be on top of a reservoir and it will say POWER STEERING FLUID (unless it has wore off)  The front of your motor will be where all the belts are (probably the passenger side).  The cap will have a dip stick attached more than likely.  The dip stick should have two markings on it for HOT  and COLD.  Use these two markings to make sure the fluid is filled up to at least the cold mark.  If not check your owners manual for the proper type of power steering fluid and add a little at a time checking every so often to see if it's full.
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