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Old 07-08-2006, 04:11 PM   #1
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So i have a dumb question.... what is the best way to top off the power steering on the series 2?
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Use a long necked funnel, put in a little, check the level, and repeat until the proper level is reached.
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ok i was sure if people had gone from under the car when its on a lift to check it. thanks
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this is VERY possibly, the most retarted set up in the world lol.
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this is VERY possibly, the most retarted set up in the world lol.
Agreed....an engineer was borrowed from another company to design this one.

I doubt you can get it from underneath..it'* dead middle on the back of the engine.
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this is VERY possibly, the most retarted set up in the world lol.
Agreed....an engineer was borrowed from another company to design this one.

I doubt you can get it from underneath..it'* dead middle on the back of the engine.
Unlike the LN3 Vin C or L27 Vin L engines where the powersteering pump was on top...LMAO ... I guess that would have been too easy..

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Series 1 L67'* are buried just as bad as the S2, however, SOMEONE was smart and added a remote fill/reservior by the TB.
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Series 1 L67'* are buried just as bad as the S2, however, SOMEONE was smart and added a remote fill/reservior by the TB.
Which just so happens to get in the way whenever you do anything on a Series 1..

Seems like a catch 22.
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Series 1 L67'* are buried just as bad as the S2, however, SOMEONE was smart and added a remote fill/reservior by the TB.
Which just so happens to get in the way whenever you do anything on a Series 1..

Seems like a catch 22.
Got in my damn way.... Otherwise, it was a great idea, but I don't like the hose running across the back valve cover.
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hmmm i think i got some i deas for that dumb thing.... i need to go stare at my car...
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