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HELP ME! Cant find power steering electric motor computer?

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The power steering is a manual system. no computor

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I have problem with windscreen washer,i cant find some fuse or relays,any help,many thanks


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pump positive connection. Double check the negative side (ground) for good connection to the body metal. Corrosion does funny things to electrical connections. Bad pump motor? Replace the pump. If the motor is ok, follow wiring back to a controlling relay. Follow the wire from steering collum switch which could be bad to a relay. Check steering collum switch for voltage when turned on. No luck, Repair manual make, model year possibly at filepeep.com or manualslib.com

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Where is the power steering pump located?


ELECTRIC POWER STEERING (EPS)
The TSX uses Electric Power Steering (EPS) which regulates steering via a computer-actuated electric motor. With the computer-controlled system, advanced algorithms built into the operating software allow for continuous fine-tuning of the steering assist forces so that minimal force is required at low speeds- such as when parking or maneuvering. Conversely, progressively higher steering effort is generated at higher speeds (such as when driving on the freeway) to deliver a sport-minded driving experience.
The EPS system found in the TSX is an evolution of an earlier EPS system found on the Acura NSX supercar. Its key features and advantages include:
  • The EPS system reduces the steering effort at low speeds, improving agility and ease of effort when parking or maneuvering in tight areas
  • Rigidity of the steering mount is higher, which allows a more precise and "connected" feel during high-speed maneuvers (such as during lane changes or when on winding mountain roads)
  • The EPS steering assist incorporates computer algorithms based on vehicle speed rather than engine speed, allowing TSX engineers the flexibility of tailoring the steering feel to match actual driving conditions- especially high-speed driving. The EPS steering algorithms incorporate steering assist changes for every 0.6 mph.
  • The EPS system is different (and uniquely tuned) for each of the TSX models: 2.4L I-4 sedan, 3.5L V-6 sedan, and the new Sport Wagon.
  • EPS employs a sporty, 13.5:1 steering ratio which further improves performance driving agility
  • In its evolution from the original NSX system, the TSX's EPS system uses a significantly more powerful electric motor teamed with a far more sophisticated microprocessor
  • By eliminating the conventional power steering pump assembly, EPS uses less engine power which improves acceleration and fuel efficiency
it is an electric pump without a pulley or belt or fluid apparently

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Cant find power steering resevior


there is a good reason why you can not find the power steering reservoir. It does not have one.

You vehicle has electronic power steering. There is no hydraulic pump, hoses, or reservoir. The steering column has an electric motor and a control unit mounted to it under the dash.

Feb 22, 2012 | 2004 Chevrolet Malibu

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I need to put steering wheel fluid for my 05 chevy equinox don't know where to put it in. Can someone please help me?...


2005-2009 models used electric power steering assist exclusively. There is mo power steering pump, reservoir, or fluid on these models. Instead they use an electric motor mounted to the steering column to provide steering assist 2010 models still use the electric power steering on the four cylinder models but also use a conventional hydraulic power steering on the v-6 models. If you have no power steering assist check the 60 amp main fuse for the power steering in the under hood fuse block if that is o.k. You will need a scan tool to find out what is wrong with the system. It is not uncommon for the electric motors to fail or for the fuse to blow while jump starting the vehicle.

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Cant find the location for Power Steering Pump for Pontiac G6 2.4L


That's because there is no hydraulically assisted power steering on 4-cyl model G6.The assist comes from a shaft-mounted servo motor. Completely electrical. Good luck with that thing as they are plagued with problems.

Jan 23, 2011 | 2006 Pontiac G6

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I have a 2005 chevy malibu v6 3.5 motor and was told my steering column motor is going out. Where is this thing located? Nobody has heard of it before. Help.


this car doesnt have a power steering pump, this car uses an electric motor to provied power steering, this motor is located under the dash connected to steering column shaft,when replacing the motor the module must also be replaced, here is a diagram to help you locate the motor,94445b2.gif

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I cant find the location of power steering


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Where is the power steering on a chevy coblat?


It is an electric motor in the steering column.

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Power steering on 2006 chevy cobalt


There is NO power steering fluid in a 06 Cobalt. It is electric! This is a flaw that GM is not willing to come to terms with. Try topix.com for the list of over 350 people that this has happened to. Also, the dealership wants YOU to pay for it. There should be a recall. VERY dangerous!

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We are trying to put steering wheel fluid in my 2005 equinox and can't find where it goes. Can you help?


05? fluid already low...follow your belt that goes around , well that turns your crank shaft air con. ect. each one of these has a pully (a wheel for the belt) one of those should be your power steering..if not some may even be on the side wall..make sure it says some thing about power steering fluid on the cap.

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