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Old 09-09-2004, 02:43 AM   #1
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Hi guys i got some great news.............................................. ..I just bought a 1997 bonneville today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very Very Very Very clean might i add. But i had a question, wheres the power steering fluid holder? It need to be refilled and i dont know where it is. This one has the series 2 engine unlike my 93. And by the way what does the series 2 mean or do. Is it faster?????
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The powersteering fluid holder is attached to the pump its self. the pump is below the alternator and tensioner pulley on the pass side. It'* down low and if you follow the belt it'* between the waterpump and the harmonic balancer(crank pulley).

The series 2 has more hp and a little more torque but depending on your body styles(se/sse/ssei) the 97 is heavier.
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The power steering can be a pain to reach sometimes.

Have fun with your new car. Let'* see some pics.

The Series II engine has 205HP and 230ft-lbs stock. I would get a 180* t-stat on there soon. You wanna keep that engine cool.
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