Question about 2003 Buick LeSabre
Hi: Open Hood You Have a Plastic Resevoir with a Black Cap On The Cap It Should Say Power Steering Fluid. Get your Car Up To Normal Running Temperture 1st and tyrn your Wheels Back And Forth you'll want to Fill The Power Steering Resevoir to where its Written On The Side Of Your Resevoir MAXIMUN DON't Over Fill it.Get Back In Your Vehicle and Turn Wheels Left To Right All The Way To Get Any Air That Might Be in the Power Steering System.Then REcheck to Make Sure Your Level Is Still Fill To Maximun or Maybe a 1/4 Inch Below The Mark -Maximun. Let Me Know If This Has Helped You Out, By Voting on The Quality On My Solution.
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