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Where is the steering fluid located on a 1997 poinitac grand prix

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The steering fluid reserve is on top of the power steering pump which is located behind the engine block (between engine and passenger compartment) on passenger seat side of vehicle. The steering pump has a large pulley that is driven by the serpentine belt, it is lower than the alternator which has a small pulley. The steering fluid reserve is directly on top of the steering pump, it's not too easy to reach (you will get dirty) but you can twist the plastic cap on top of it to the left to remove and there should be a dipstick attached to the cap. You may need to use a funnel or tube to add fluid.

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Your power steering fluid is in the pump. the pump is located under the hood, it's attached by the serpentine belt to the cranshaft, the alternator and maybe the air conditioner. turn cap counter-clockwise to get dipstic in cap. the level is on it. check while in park on even ground and running hot.

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