Also remove the Flow Control Spring #5. I think ATF is more viscous and holds up to temp better...generating more fluid pressure in the system. ...Click to expand... Rainier, Bravada, Ascender, and 9-7x owners welcome too! Tomorrow, I'll change the pumps and we'll see (need small sheave puller). '69 Glacier Blue X-55 original drivetrain Convertible 'Awesome 67 Chevelle, '69 C-10 Truck, and my new addition to the his comment is here
Only once I get the rpm over 1000 does it kick in. Today 04:45 PM by mcgowaw 8 Help !!!! Or, is it something I could just wash with p.s. May or may not work for you, but it has for me, and it costs nothing to try.
This is why my first simple step would be to change the fluid first. '69 Glacier Blue X-55 original drivetrain Convertible 'Awesome 67 Chevelle, '69 C-10 Truck, and my new addition Bad pump? If things look good, reinstall the parts: spring, guidepin, and ball. Power Steering Weak At Low Rpm But its just that, a guess.
Petersburg, Fl///Columbus, Ohio Posts: 2,528 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Hi McSpeed!!! Loss Of Power Steering At Low Rpm If so, you can remove the shim and raise the op psi. I checked and tightened the belt and made sure the fluid level was full. and is it really that much better?
Agree, but, they all came from the factory with hydraulic/PS fluid, ether will work just fine. N.E.O. Power Steering Only Works When I Rev Motor runs great and 4L60E has no problems. Power Steering Doesn't Work At Low Rpm ATF will work, but in my experience hydraulic or PS fluid is a higher performing fluid for this application.
Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the Team Camaro Tech forums, you must first register. http://brsgrp.com/power-steering/power-steering-not-working.html Log In Log In Username Remember Me? Do you guys think this may work? Today 04:27 PM by phuken Latest Toyota News What to Expect at the 2016 LA Auto Show More than 50 debuts have been confirmed for this year's show in Los 10 Power Steering Only Works When Accelerating
new echo owner is offline Quote post #15 of 15 Old 12-29-2008, 02:54 PM bkezerle New TN User Join Date: Dec 2008 Location: louisiana Posts: 3 Thanks: 0 Thanked ram100987 C3 Tech/Performance 4 12-02-2008 01:57 PM Tags assist, chevy, corvette, gm, hard, idle, low, power, pump, rev, rpm, saginaw, steeing, steering, turn, working « Previous Thread | Next Thread » My buddy is a tech at the local GM dealer. http://brsgrp.com/power-steering/power-steering-not-working-when-wet.html Also, what is the process of taking the power steering pump out inorder to do this task?
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It was locking up from time to time, I increase the Engine RPM or just mucled the wheel. AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. I always specify that people should use genuine GM power steering fluid. No Power Steering At Idle Silverado Turn it lock to lock a few more times. (This will be a first check as to your power assist at stand still.) Go for a short drive.
Yes its not a bolt on solution. As far as pump size.. Does your pump seem to be making more noise when you are steering than in the past? http://brsgrp.com/power-steering/power-steering-not-working-causes.html There might be a couple of small flat shims under the head of the hex.
I think Rainz is spot-on here. and is it really that much better? No power steering below 1k rpm Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-04-2011, 12:09 AM #1 Dillon93dillon On The Tree Thread Starter observe this very carefully because it's easy to pass over and think it's OK.
I was looking at another post and saw this diagram.