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When I slow down or speed up it gets louder.how do I change the power steering fluid
This is not in the correct section but will see if I can give you some direction. Typically the power steering fluid is topped off rarely needs changing. Taking one of the cables off running to the steering column you could drain the steering fluid this way. Then re-attach an fill to recommended levels. A suction device could also be employed.
Care must be taken to eliminate bubbles from forming.
Grinding noise especially speeding up or slowing down could be brakes. Have them checked ASAP.
Once the brake pads wear out it is then metal to metal. This will dig into the rotors/brake drums and make a grinding noise. You can often feel this when you apply the brakes. There are several ways a grinding noise can be generated with regards to a vehicle.
The trick is to isolate the noise and rule out the easiest to fix moving on to the more complicated area's.
Wheel (rubbing, bearings)
Transmission drive (drive shaft, yoke)
Transmission (pinion and gear)
Probably many more but this hits a few high notes.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 29, 2014
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