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Re: manual steering exchange with powersteering
Try a auto recycling yard and ask for the rack, power steering lines, pump, and accessory bracket. Some yards also install which can save you from looking for extra parts. The recycler should have a parts interchange manual to know what years and models interchange.
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Given the year, go to a breakers yard or a parts house to replace the pump. Its unlikely you can fix the pump but a specialist could. See if there's an exchange basis with someone, online maybe?
The fluid level in the pump falls to a level where air is introduced and pressure is lost, get a replacement.
powersteering it should be black type resevoir with a cap on it when you open the hood look the engine over there should be a thing that looks lik a black plastic tank with a cap on it they usually say powersteering on
bleed power steering with engine off pour power steering fluid in the power steering reservoir until fluid stay at full mark on powersteering pump dip stick.wait few minutes then check powersteering fluid again if low add little more when fluid level stop dropping crank vechicle turn steering left to right with out a stop turn steering wheel all the way to the left to all way to right for minute until air bubbles leave the powersteering fluid. when steering wheel feel normal stop engine check check power steering fluid should be at full hot mark if fluid level dont drop air is out the system. dont overfill powersteering reservoir if so you will blow front seal.dont drive vechicle if steering dont feel normal have vechicle towed in garage.
there should be a container that says steering fluid in the front part of ur motor with the belts right underneath it usually has a cap with a little dipstick connected to it make sure you use only powersteering fluid
Have you checked the tyre pressures. If you have no power steering a flat tyre will make tunning the wheels hard due to more turnning rsistance. Also a seized ball joint some where would also make steering hard.Hope this helps