Question about Chevrolet Caprice Classic
POWER STEERING FLUID GOES IN THE POWER STEERING PUMP RESERVOIR WHICH IS PART OF PUMP.POWER STEERING FLUID RESERVOIR SITS IN FRONT OF ENGINE LOOK FOR A RESERVOIR WITH A ROUND COVER THAT READ POWER STEERING FLUID ONLY.REMOVE COVER LOOK AT COVER DIP STICK POWER STEERING FLUID LEVEL SHOULD BE AT COLD MARK FOR COLD ENGINE HOT MARK ON DIP STICK WITH A HOT ENGINE.DONT OVER FILL.
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