Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
From your post, I have no idea what you put in what. Best thing you can do if what you put in there was the wrong fluid is to remove the return hose (the one without the pressure fittings, generally just a hose with clamps at the ends) and drain and re-fill it. If you put a lot in there, do it twice. If you needed to add fluid, chances are you have a leak somewhere that needs repair as well.
When re-filling after draining, bleed residual air out by turning the steering wheel all the way to the right, then all the way to the left a few times, making sure the level stays full. Past that, most times the noise will go away after driving a bit. If not, you likely have some pump damage.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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