Re: Power steer flush
I've done a several and generally just drain as much as I can, fill the reservoir with clean fluid, leave the return line in a bucket and wait until it is clear. Unless you have a small leak, I would not put anything else in there. I did take one old pump apart and reseal it while I was draining the fluid. There is a magnet in there that could stand to be cleaned off as well.
Originally Posted by Premier 350
They make filters but if it is that bad, I'd replace whatever is the problem instead.
- - -
1970 GS Stage 1 (owned August 1980) 462 Edelbrock heads, TA212, 4 wheel disc, Turbo 200-4R, close ratio steering, tubular front arms, 3.73 TrueTrac
1971 GS 350 (8/16/14) 4 speed, 91k stock, converted to front discs and tubular uppers