• Car Care Tips - Power Steering Fluid

    Tuesday 03 May 2016

    When Power Steering Fluid is new, it is generally a translucent red or, clear, but turns dark with age and heat.  Normal driving ultimately causes power steering fluid to be affected by heat, friction and electrochemical degradation.  Hard turns create high pressures and can cause more damage to the fluid.  Power Steering problems contributed to contaminated fluid can include leaks, steering noises, stiff steering or hard turning after you first start your car.  Dark power st... read more

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