Question about Hyundai Excel
How to bleed power steering
No bleeding required, just top up oil after the job is done. It will make a noise for a short period of time until the air is gone.
Fill reservoir, move steering wheel without running engine 2-3 times from left end to right end. Start engine, steer again. Keep toping up oil until the level is not going down again at running engine. Road test and check oil again. Done
Posted on Dec 02, 2013
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