91 camry 4 cyl

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Old 27 Sep 2004, 04:19 pm   #1 (permalink)
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What do I add to the power steering jug?
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Old 27 Sep 2004, 06:42 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Transmission fluid. If you hadn't already, drain all of the old fluid from
the reservoir first. Use a turkey baster and remove as much old fluid as
possible then fill it to the full mark. Some guys like to remove the hose
on the pump to drain every drop. But since the car is going on fourteen
years, I'd hate to cause more problems by cracking/tearing the pump hose.
Play it safe.

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JR

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Old 28 Sep 2004, 01:33 pm   #3 (permalink)
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psiviking wrote:
> Transmission fluid. If you hadn't already, drain all of the old fluid from
> the reservoir first. Use a turkey baster and remove as much old fluid as
> possible then fill it to the full mark. Some guys like to remove the hose
> on the pump to drain every drop. But since the car is going on fourteen
> years, I'd hate to cause more problems by cracking/tearing the pump hose.
> Play it safe.
>
> Regards,
> JR
>
> "sligo" <sligo@cox.net> wrote in message
> news:6t%5d.82120$9Y5.32173@fed1read02...
> | What do I add to the power steering jug?
> | Thank you,
> | Seamus j. Wilson
>
>

Thank you for help.
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