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99 Mercury Sable Power Steering- Over Filled Fliud

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I OVERFILLED MY POWER STEERING FLIUD

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Use a suction cup, a turkey baster works good, even a rag dipped in the PS reservoir...a small syringe would also work. You should get it out the reservoir, because you don't want to crack the line open anywhere to drain it-that would be a bigger mess to clean up, and not easy to get the line back on tight.

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The 2007 HRR uses and electric power sterring and steering control. There is a fuse in the number 19. The floor console fuse block is located on the passenger’s side of the floor console behind the forward panel. The panel has four clips, one in each corner. Pull the panel to disconnect the four
clips, and access the fuses. Use the fuse puller to remove fuses. I do have the owners manual if you need it.

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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SOURCE: power steering leak on passengers side of 1999 mercury sable.

If it "RED" in color, like p/s fluid, and coming from the BOOT, then its your p/s rack assembly.The unit has to be replaced and alignment reset. ..also check the HOSES they are prone to leak also...hope this helped..GL

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it is located in the p/s line at the steering rack where the steering shaft is located

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Hi, it does sound like your on the right track as the noise gets louder when you turn the wheel. without turning the wheel you should have a slight noise that will get louder when you turn the wheel this would then point me to believ the power steering pump needs replacing.

As your not loosing any fluid then the rest of the steering should be ok so changing the pump will solve your problem, just remember to make sure you bleed the pump properly and the steering properly after fitting the new one as not doing this properly could cause damage to seals inside the rack itself causing more problems than you need so double check you have bled all the air out ok.

Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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SOURCE: remove/replace power steering pump on a 2002 Olds

Make sure that u get all the air out by turning the steering wheel from left to right.. And most important make sure the power steering fluid is for GM product.
Hope this helps..

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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