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Where is the fill cap for the power steering fluid resevoir for a 2006 Pontiac G- GT 3.5 v6 ?

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Stand over the left front fender. Lean over so you can see past that side of the engine. You'll see the black cap on top of the trans on that side. Is your trans slipping between 1st and 2nd when it's warmed up? 'cause mine is.

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