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After attempting to jump start my Chevy hhr it would not jump start.after installing a new battery,the car started,but the power steering no longer worked. How do I repair it?

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Check the fuse for the electric steering. If the fuse is good the steering module may have lost its settings when the battery was disconnected. May need to have it reprogrammed..

Posted on Nov 04, 2014

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james

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SOURCE: video on replacing power steering motor on chevy hhr 2006

Stupid answers from people trying to show they are smart. The HHR HAS AN ELECTRIC power steering assist motor on the steering column under the dash. Electric motors DO NOT use power steering fluid !

Myself I recommend staying off this fixYa site as it seems worthless.

Posted on Apr 14, 2013

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Steven House

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SOURCE: had to jump it, replaced power steering fuse but

You may have blown more than the power steering fuse (#1, 60A). You should check all the fuses in the underhood fuse box and you will probably find at least 1 more.

Also check the inside fuse box in the passenger side of the console.

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

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SOURCE: where do you put the power steering fluid in a chevy hhr 2006 model

the power steering fluid resevoir is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment near the fire wall. mostimes in order to fill it you have to remove the altenator to remove the fill cap to add the fluid.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: CAR BATTERY FOR CHEVY 2007 HHR

Your battery is located in the rear under your cargo floor. Where most cars would hide a compact spare.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: power steering pump whines at first start up of the day.

This is common with many cars due to the hydraulic fluid being cold and causing the pump to moan/whine for a short time as it's working harder to move the fluid as it's thicker until it gets a little heat into it; this will be more pronounced on a very cold or freezing day. Any noise when the pump has warmed up is another issue entirely.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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Speed sensor on 2000 ford f150 4x4 triton 4.6


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Vehicle Speed Sensor The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) (Figure 43) is a variable reluctance or Hall-effect sensor that generates a waveform with a frequency that is proportional to the speed of the vehicle. If the vehicle is moving at a relatively low velocity, the sensor produces a signal with a low frequency. As the vehicle velocity increases, the sensor generates a signal with a higher frequency. The PCM uses the frequency signal generated by the VSS (and other inputs) to control such parameters as fuel injection, ignition control, transmission/transaxle shift scheduling and torque converter clutch scheduling.


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For the 4R70W trans vehicles

Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS)

The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) is model dependent. Possible sources of vehicle speed input are, anti-lock brake sensor (ABS), a gear-driven vehicle speed sensor (VSS), or the transmission output shaft speed (OSS) sensor. On 4x4 applications with a manual shift transfer case, the transfer case speed sensor is the source of vehicle speed. The VSS signal is either an AC signal whose frequency changes with vehicle speed, or an SCP data message depending on the source. Some vehicles have both. The vehicle speed signal is an input to various vehicle sub-systems such as the powertrain control module (PCM), instrument cluster (speedometer and odometer), speed control systems, etc. The vehicle speed source must be operational to enter output state control mode for diagnostics.

If you have a 4R100 trans, it is different.

Mar 12, 2009 | 2000 Ford F150 Flareside SuperCab

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