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Old 06-24-2014, 07:52 PM   #1
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Where and Where?

on my 2000 intrigue, these two things have been in my mind for some time and still unclear... hope somebody can point out...

(1) where is the steering pump? (don't see a thing under the hydraulic housing).
(2) where is the windshield washer fluid container?

i did check manuals but seems like it does not mention it. thanks bunch.
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Old 06-24-2014, 09:49 PM   #2
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the windshield washer fluid container should be in the basement compartment at the very front on the left.

steering pump ...good question, I've never look, should be off the engine somewhere.
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duh, how come not seeing a big container there? thanks aaron,
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Side rad? Your ps uses the same fluid and pump as the side rad hydro motor(if you have hydro cooling fan). The pump may be on the end of air compressor or on side of trans using pto. You should have larger res for both.
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Side rad? Your ps uses the same fluid and pump as the side rad hydro motor(if you have hydro cooling fan). The pump may be on the end of air compressor or on side of trans using pto. You should have larger res for both.
Dave, you are correct. My rad is side mounted. The PS shares the same hydro system with cooling fan. I read the hydraulic section again, the pump is part of engine, next to air pump. Glad to clear the cloud on this
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