Question about 2005 Pontiac GTO
I have a 06 gto and i removed and then reinstalled my power steering lines.So i filled my power steering fluid up and then jacket my car up, Then turned my wheels all the way left and all the way right and repeated at least 50 times to try to get the air out of my lines.Then lower my car turned it on and when i try to turn the steering wheel it goes out of conrtol slamming from left to right. Then i thought maybe letting the gto sit a day or two might let the air excape itself but no!!! it still has alot of air in it. I dont know what to do coUld i please get some tech HELP?
I have a 97 ponitac grand prix gt and i was fixing a loose connection and on the power steering and now i can't get the air out of the lines and it's been almost 3 days all the connections are tight and just cant seem to get the power steering to work at all when i lower the wheels back the ground.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
Well, been there done that. Your firs mistake was cycling the steering back and forth. Not funny, i know., Let's do this, leave the cap off the pump and let it sit over night. The air can seperate from yhe oil. Then ck the oil in the morning for the absence of air. Take the car for a spin around the block , working the steering normally. It will get better, I assure you.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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