General Warranty Policy - applies to all products not covered by one of the below warranties. Chrysler Group continues to recommend Mopar Power Steering Fluid, Part No. Mobil supply source call 1-800-662-4525. Variations that do not affect product performance are to be expected during normal manufacture and at different blending locations. I have not heard any noise, just looked at the level last week when I changed the oil. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. I get mine from the states through the Mopar site.
Under the Magnuson - Moss Warranty Act, 15U. I've just checked my records and I actually got mine from morris4x4center. I guess they have red too, but they wanted me to use the clear. Instead they soften and swell the seals and to make them seal again. For 1998 and later vehicles, Chrysler specifies Mopar Power Steering Fluid +4, Part No. I dropped the wife off this am at her work and picked up the van while I was in town.
Use of any linked web site provided in a product review or post is at the user's own risk. But it's a bit vague. The statements posted by Grainger employees with the Grainger employee badge represent the views of such employees and are not the statements of Grainger. Especially with the fluid driven fan, you don't want to have to replace all the steering parts just because you used to wrong fluid. Any statements posted constitute the statements of the poster and are not the statements of Grainger. They could not find it at all. I think that the fluid they recommended was probably under there own discovering with the real life situations they face with hear up north.
The Esso Univis Ultra hydraulic fluid they used has a Pour Point of -54C. They have noticed that factualy this has been working for them and they shared it. What I did learn is this has been a common thing here on the newer vehicles. I like the 2011s but not too sure I want an engine that is foreign to me. Use Mopar Power Steering Fluid +4, Part No. For all other products, please contact. Please see below for the full text of our warranty policies.
I have been looking at the 2010s myself. Lost a power hose on the rack this weekend on start up. For example 2005—2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2006—2010 Jeep Commander vehicles require Mopar Hydraulic System Power Steering Fluid, Part No. For additional technical information or to identify the nearest U. It hard to imagine that we cannot use other power steering fluids, but I don't want to screw up if it does make a difference. Was that the return hose that broke? Has anyone else had this issue and if so what did you end up using.
Does power steering sealer work? I'm not sure why the resivor needs topping off, but it does look low. That claim is simply not true. However, this may vary due to your vehicle's operating conditions. I did this hoping they might have an old dust covered qt on the shelf. If the consumer asks for the statement in writing, he will not receive it. This, of course, tends to cast doubt on the quality of the replacement filter. They looked at the specs per my 2004 Grand Cherokee Overland, they went to the manufacture service dept by phone and neither produced anything in regards to the numbers my manual suggested I use.
Started it up and no high pich 2 second screetch saying what the heck are you doing to me? We will see in the extremes if it talks on cold startups again. But it's a bit vague. My van's power steering rack was replaced three times by the previous owner. I'll take it back with the correct number if anyone has the right number. I don't mind paying the dealer prices especially when they're cheaper. See the seller's listing for full details. All products may not be available locally.
Chrysler Group does not list a change interval for most power steering systems. Use of an incorrect non-compatible fluid can destroy rubber seals and hoses and cause system failure. Use year-round to prevent corrosion, wear, and oxidation. Hopefully no long term damage to the seals, no leaks so far. I see Amsoil has synthetic power steering fluids with a pour point of -54C as well.