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Old 11-10-2001, 08:16 PM
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Aaron Aaron is offline
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When you open up the power steering system, don't forget to bleed the box of any air afterwards. There is an 11mm bleed screw on top of the box which you need to crack open and turn the wheel from lock to lock a few times to get the air out. The best way is to put a length of hose on the bleed nipple and run it back into the fluid resirvoir and just have an assistant turn the wheel until bubble-free fluid emerges from the end of the hose. Tighten down the bleed screw and you're set!

BTW, ATF (Dexron III) is fine for the old systems.
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