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Happy Thankgiving everyone I need to know how to bleed my GM power steering pump please. Thanks Vito
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Happy Thankgiving everyone I need to know how to bleed my GM power steering pump please. Thanks Vito
Usually all you have to do is after filling it up is turn the wheel lock to lock,
which means turn it all the way to the left as far as you can and then turn to the right as far as you can, do this like 4 or 5 times or more and it should get the air out. JMO
There are some other way's if this don't work but you need to try this first.


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Be sure to add more fluid after that.
Then start er up and do it again with the wheels off the ground and able to go LtL.
Once the air is out should not shudder. It may do that when first started.
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