or disconnect the return hose from the resoviour and start the car and turn
the wheel lock to lock. then fill to full and there you are. be sure to
collect the used PS fliud.
ps avoid spilling any on your lawn or you'll have nice brown marks....i know
i have :)
From: Jim & Marilyn Rohn <email@example.com>
To: Brent DeWitt <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Autox@Autox.Team.Net
Date: May 26, 1999 8:57 PM
Subject: Re: Synthetic p.s. fluid?
>At 2:18 PM 5/26/99, Brent DeWitt wrote:
>>I saw a post a bit back about Valvoline Synpower power steering fluid.
>>Seems it's a synthetic/dino blend. Since the Neon loves to boil it's
>>steering fluid, I wondered if anybody new the high temp qualities of
>>Synpower? Also, are there any totally synthetic ps fluids out there?
>The BEST I have found is a synthetic power steering fluid made by a company
>in CA that builds ps pumps and boxes for the short track racers. Lee
>Manufacturing is their name and they will UPS you their fluid.
>I've tried the others, and I now swear by (not at) this stuff.
>PS It doesn't hurt to keep the fluid "fresh" either. Once replaced, I
>simply suck out the old (4 autox events) fluid with a turkey baster from
>the ps resevoir, then refill the resevoir.