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Re: Need 2 no witch fuse is for my power stereing in
I do not believe GM has yet adopted "drive-by-wire" technology into any of its production models. Power steering in production models consists of a hydraulic pump driven by a belt off the engine crankshaft, a high pressure hose going to the steering gear box (either rack and pinion or recirculating ball), and a low pressure return line. If your power steering fluid is at the correct level and is not whining or groaning, leave it alone.
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You should be able to use most Automatic Transmission Fluids (ATF), although if you have a manual shift car, then there is no ATF.
Check the fluid level careful if you do have an ATF container, since it is very rare that you would lose fluid from the transmission.
this indicates air in the system. check reservoir level, change filter in the reservoir or change power steering oil
have an accredited power steering shop do a pressure teat as it may be the pump or faulty valves in the steering box/rack
If power steering fluid is full, but the belt driven power steering pump's pulley doesn't turn at a good speed, then the power steering won't work properly. Check that the belt tensioner is providing enough belt tension for the power steering pump to do its job.
If the rack and pinion is bad, it may also cause a lack of power steering in your vehicle.
Okay, your truck steering pump may have the speed proportional steering SPS or not, the way to tell is by looking at the pump and see if you have the sensor on the pump where the high preasure line goes, heres two pictures for you to look at and compare to yours, if yours has the switch then its got the SPS type pump, if yours has no sensor then its the pump without, hope this helps good luck.
It's located to the left of the stering column, right above the fuse box. This is the turn signal flasher.
If you are talking about the emergency flasher then It's located to the left of the steering wheel column, behind molded panel.
The power steering on these vehicles is all electric, NOT belt driven. It is possible that the fuse could be faulty, but the more likely cause is a faulty power steering pump. If you have a lift rack the pump is fairly easy to change. There is a diagram of all the fuses you will have any questions about under that dash of your vehicle, either the left or right side. Left is on the kick panel, right is on the dashboard. Good luck.
This is what I could find. It doesn't have a steering whee radiol control fuse but has 2 fuses for the radio. It seems to be the same panel across the board for BMW's. 4x4's, diesels, gas, 6 and 8 cylinders, etc. Hope it helps.
1. Air could still be on your power steering system after you replaced your pump.
2. There could be another reason why your having a hard time turning your steering wheel, have your steering linkages, camber, alignment checked, so as to prevent breaking yor new pump again
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