Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
It sucks. Its in far left back corner, behind the coolant reservoir. To get to it, you need to at least remove the coolant reservoir. This is pretty easy as it's just a couple of nuts. But it's still a pain to get to. I don't have small hands so I removed the bolts from the front motor mounts and rocked the car backward to tilt the engine forward. This made the power steering reservoir accessible. This is also fairly dangerous, so don't do it if you're not comfortable.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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