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SOURCE: i need to bleed air from power steering line/rack

start engine and get assistant to turn wheel laft then right twice whilst you keep level topped up

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The power steering pump is located just beneath the power steering fill or reservoir. Hope this helps.

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After putting in the steering oil, without putting the oil cap, start the engine and make full turn to right and left a few time, then check oil level and job is done.

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ever you do any kind of work to your power steering. you need to bleed the system. procedure-

block your rear tires. raise the front of your car off the ground with a jack, use jack stands. start engine

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Most cars do not need bleeding from the cooling system because the radiator is above the engine, and the filler tank if above that.
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Can you bleed the air from the power steering system on a 99 malibu? The unit was making a lot of noise so I changed it with one I pulled at a junkyard. After starting the car and turning the steering...

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