1. Use the Right Fluid
Proper fluid type and quality are critical factors in keeping power steering systems running properly. Click HERE for the recommended
steering brands for your vehicle.
2. Flush the Steering System
Late model steering systems are designed to
smaller, lighter and more efficient. The tighter
tolerances of these systems allow smaller particles
to cause contamination. Failure to properly flush
the system can lead to binding,
leaking, hard steering, intermittent assist and noise.
Learn more in this 3-minute, 3F VIDEO.
3. Use a Filter
Stop premature steering system failure
and reduce comebacks with an in-line filter.
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