Why Should the Power Steering System Be Bled?

Answer There is no room in your hydraulic power steering system for air. If you don't bleed your power steering of air, your power steering is almost useless because the system can't compress the air like... Read More »

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How to Flush a Car's Power Steering System?

Power steering systems are used in most cars these days, and it's important that you know how to keep them running smoothly. If your power steering is starting to be nonreactive, it may be time to ... Read More »

How to Remove Air From a Power-Steering System?

Power steering comes standard on most modern vehicles, but years ago it was an optional convenience even on large, heavy vehicles where power steering was almost a necessity. The main component of ... Read More »

Bleeding a Power Steering System?

Bleeding the air out of a power steering system is necessary anytime a power steering pump is replaced. Air will displace the fluid in the steering gear assembly and produce a whining noise when ru... Read More »

How to Flush the Power Steering System of an '02 Ranger?

If the steering on your 2002 Ford Ranger seems labored or harder than usual, it may mean it is time to flush your power steering fluid. Power steering fluid helps to keep your power steering pump w... Read More »