power steering

Asked by Jun 08, 2017 at 06:13 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

where do I put fluid in my 04 grand prix

4 Answers

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It is on the lower left side of the engine looking from the front of the engine. There should be a cap to pull off. Do not over fill.

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And its nearly impossible to find. It's at the back of the engine near the firewall on the passenger side underneath a bunch of things. You'll need a good light to see it and a funnel with a long flexible hose on it to get the fluid down there. I stuck an 18" piece of rubber tubing onto a normal funnel, but you can buy them at an auto parts store if you're not feeling creative. Its a bit of a fiddly job, but one you or a friend can easily do with a little patience.

How many screws does the power steering pump has ?

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I'm not sure how many screw/bolts hold it on, but it should be easy enough to find a drawing or a pic online. If you're trying to remove it for some reason you may want to unbolt the upper engine mount (the one at the top of the radiator that you see when you raise the hood.) and roll the engine forward using a ratchet strap tied to the back of the engine near the firewall and wrapped around to under the front bumper. That will give you a lot more room to work.

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