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2012 Dodge Charger Power Steering Fluid 8 Cyl 6.4L CRP

P311-13ABF59    1058219  New

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CRP Power Steering Fluid
  • Pentosin ATF 1 Automatic Transmission Fl uid for ECCC exc. CVT and DCT.
  • ; ATF1; 20 L
  • Product Attributes:
    • Application Type: Applicationspecific
    • Bullet Point 1: A High Performance Shear Stable Vi-improver Plus Modern Antiware Chemistry And Friction Modifiers Guarantee A Sound Stable Friction Performance
    • Bullet Point 2: Atf 1 Surpasses All Dexron Iii Quality Level Requirements.
    • Bullet Point 3: Meets Zf Te 11b Specification Standards.
    • Bullet Point 4: A Fully Synthetic High Performance Atf For Life-time Application In Automatic Gear Boxes.
    • Color: Amber
    • Link to Manufacturer Page: Www.pentosin.com
  • Pentosin ATF 1 is a fully synthetic high performance Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) for life-time application in automatic gear boxes. Pentosin ATF 1 is formulated by means of the best commercially available synthetic base oils and additive components. A high performance shear stable VI-Improver plus modern antiwear chemistry and friction modifiers guarantee a sound stable friction performance in modern automatic transmissions equipped with an electronically controlled converter clutch.
Brand: CRP
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Dodge Charger V 8 Cyl 6.4L 392 6424
CRP
2014 Dodge Durango Power Steering Fluid 8 Cyl 5.7L CRP

P311-20AF778    1058107  New

Qty:
20.53
CRP Power Steering Fluid
  • Pentosin ATF 1 Automatic Transmission Fluid for ECCC exc. CVT and DCT.
  • ; ATF1; 1 L
  • Product Attributes:
    • Application Type: Applicationspecific
    • Bullet Point 1: A High Performance Shear Stable Vi-improver Plus Modern Antiware Chemistry And Friction Modifiers Guarantee A Sound Stable Friction Performance
    • Bullet Point 2: Atf 1 Surpasses All Dexron Iii Quality Level Requirements.
    • Bullet Point 3: Meets Zf Te 11b Specification Standards.
    • Bullet Point 4: A Fully Synthetic High Performance Atf For Life-time Application In Automatic Gear Boxes.
    • Color: Amber
    • Link to Manufacturer Page: Www.pentosin.com
  • Pentosin ATF 1 is a fully synthetic high performance Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) for life-time application in automatic gear boxes. Pentosin ATF 1 is formulated by means of the best commercially available synthetic base oils and additive components. A high performance shear stable VI-Improver plus modern antiwear chemistry and friction modifiers guarantee a sound stable friction performance in modern automatic transmissions equipped with an electronically controlled converter clutch.
Brand: CRP
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2014 - Dodge Durango V 8 Cyl 5.7L 345 -
CRP
2013 Dodge Challenger Power Steering Fluid 8 Cyl 6.4L CRP

P311-277FE96    1058206  New

Qty:
77.59
CRP Power Steering Fluid
  • Pentosin ATF 1 Automatic Transmission Fluid for ECCC exc. CVT and DCT.
  • ; ATF1; 5 L
  • Product Attributes:
    • Application Type: Applicationspecific
    • Bullet Point 1: A High Performance Shear Stable Vi-improver Plus Modern Antiware Chemistry And Friction Modifiers Guarantee A Sound Stable Friction Performance
    • Bullet Point 2: Atf 1 Surpasses All Dexron Iii Quality Level Requirements.
    • Bullet Point 3: Meets Zf Te 11b Specification Standards.
    • Bullet Point 4: A Fully Synthetic High Performance Atf For Life-time Application In Automatic Gear Boxes.
    • Color: Amber
    • Link to Manufacturer Page: Www.pentosin.com
  • Pentosin ATF 1 is a fully synthetic high performance Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) for life-time application in automatic gear boxes. Pentosin ATF 1 is formulated by means of the best commercially available synthetic base oils and additive components. A high performance shear stable VI-Improver plus modern antiwear chemistry and friction modifiers guarantee a sound stable friction performance in modern automatic transmissions equipped with an electronically controlled converter clutch.
Brand: CRP
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2013 - Dodge Challenger V 8 Cyl 6.4L 392 6424
Eneos
1999 Dodge Stratus Power Steering Fluid 6 Cyl 2.5L Eneos - Synthetic oil

P311-0B15973    3111-300  New

Qty:
11.79
Eneos Power Steering Fluid
  • ECO ATF Plus, PN 3111-300
  • ; ENEOS ECO ATF Plus; 1 x 1 qt; Filling capacity: 0.793 US quarts ; Application temperature: year-round; ENEOS ECO ATF Plus
  • ENEOS ECO-ATF PLUS Automatic Transmission Fluid Dexron VI, Mercon LV 1qt.
  • Synthetic oil
  • Product Attributes:
    • :
      • -47
      • 220
      • N
      • Y
    • API Rating: Atf
    • Prop 65 Yes/No: Y
    • Title: Eneos Eco-atf Plus 1qt
  • ENEOS ECO-ATF PLUS is a fuel efficient, low viscosity automatic transmission fluid that meets the ATF needs for many Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Hyundai/Kia GM and Ford vehicles. ECO-ATF PLUS provides improved fuel economy, high resistance to mechanical shear and fatigue, and wide-ranging compatibility with Asian OEMs, Dexron? VI, Mercon? LV, and other American and European vehicle specifications. PN 3111-300.
Brand: Eneos
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Block Engine CID CC
1999 - Dodge Stratus FWD V 6 Cyl 2.5L 152 2497
Eneos
1994 Dodge Ram 1500 Power Steering Fluid 8 Cyl 5.9L Eneos - Synthetic oil

P311-0B15973    3111-300  New

Qty:
11.79
Eneos Power Steering Fluid
  • ECO ATF Plus, PN 3111-300
  • ; ENEOS ECO ATF Plus; 1 x 1 qt; Filling capacity: 0.793 US quarts ; Application temperature: year-round; ENEOS ECO ATF Plus
  • ENEOS ECO-ATF PLUS Automatic Transmission Fluid Dexron VI, Mercon LV 1qt.
  • Synthetic oil
  • Product Attributes:
    • :
      • -47
      • 220
      • N
      • Y
    • API Rating: Atf
    • Prop 65 Yes/No: Y
    • Title: Eneos Eco-atf Plus 1qt
  • ENEOS ECO-ATF PLUS is a fuel efficient, low viscosity automatic transmission fluid that meets the ATF needs for many Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Hyundai/Kia GM and Ford vehicles. ECO-ATF PLUS provides improved fuel economy, high resistance to mechanical shear and fatigue, and wide-ranging compatibility with Asian OEMs, Dexron? VI, Mercon? LV, and other American and European vehicle specifications. PN 3111-300.
Brand: Eneos
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Dodge Ram 1500 4WD V 8 Cyl 5.9L 360 -

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Leaking power steering fluid

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Question From tjgolf on Leaking power steering fluid

I have a 2004 Dodge Dakota, 6cyl, starting leaking power steering fluid, starting whining and checked fluid and it was very low, filled it up and a few days later it is low again....any suggestions on where to begin finding the problem? thanks.........

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

My first inspection would be where the power steering lines connect to the radiator. Metal lines are probably rusted out

Response From Hammer Time

Well, it would probably be a good idea to examine the car and find out where it's leaking from.

hard steering after start up

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Question From bubbly on hard steering after start up

Vehicle: Dodge, Stratus, 4 cylinder, 2002.
Immediately after start up as I back up or start turning I have hard steering. As soon as I start driving there is no problem. I checked the power steering fluid and for leaks and found no problems. I read on the internet that someone that had similar problems corrected the problem simply by draining the power steering reservoir and refilling it with new steering fluid which included a conditioner. Is this a viable option or am I looking at having a mechanic look at the problem which surely will result in replacing the power steering unit or more.

Bob

Response From Sidom

That kinda reminds me of the "morning sickness" problem GM had with their racks.......There was no p/s on cold start ups due to a bad seal and then it would be fine for the rest of the day.....
Is this doing it on all start ups or only on cold start ups after it has sat for a while??

Response From bubbly

Problem started at the beginning of this winter. The problem is significantly worst during start up on very cold days. Can I pretty much assume that the problem is related to the power steering pump. Being that I can get a new pump (A1 Cardone 21-5243) shipped or less than $60 I would like to avoid having a mechanic check it out which probably would cost about the same.

Bob

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Would like to know how this comes out when new pump is installed. Quick look showed 2 pumps (different) for a couple or a sedan? Not sure why or what difference? That look-up could be wrong also,


T

Response From Discretesignals

Any noises from the PS pump? How is the drive belt? Any bubbles in the fluid?

Flushing may or may not help. It will need to be flushed anyhow if you go to replace something to correct your issue. The PS fluid that system uses is ATF +4. Don't use anything else.

If you raise the engine rpms when you don't have assist, does assist return? Could be pump, rack spool valve, or restriction in the return side causing your issue. Another thing I've ran into is the screen inside the reservoir plugging up or restricting fluid to the intake of the pump.

Response From bubbly Top Rated Answer

No noises or bubbles and the problem is corrected with increased rpms. Before going to my mechanic I will drain and replace the power steering fluid to see if the problem is corrected. Bob

Response From Tom Greenleaf

? Is RPM too low at idle or when it does this? About everything that is a load on idle, including PS raises idle enough not unlike use of A/C or other reasons.


Other: Belt tight enough and has a good grip? Belt squeal at all? Tires wrong or way too low on pressure plus most anything turns better when even the slightest roll of the vehicle as it's not "scrubbing" tires. Ever try to steer a car without engine running if only to move it a bit for some reason if rolling steering is tons easier......


T

Response From bubbly

Belt is tight and grips well. Tire pressure OK. Replaced steering fluid with LUCAS "Power Steering Fluid with Conditioners" no improvement.

Response From Discretesignals

Raising the engine rpm and getting PS back could indicate a problem with the pump. You could also have a problem with the reservoir screen being plugged up.

You could remove the reservior and then hover it over a drain bucket and pour some fluid in there to be sure it comes out just as fast as you pour it in. I don't know if you can look down in there with a flash light to tell if the screen is plugged up or not. If it is restricted in there, replace the reservior and flush out the system really good. Also use ATF +4.

If the reservoir isn't plugged, you probably have issues with the PS pump itself. It could have a regulator valve issue or a problem with the pump vane clearance in the pump bore. Problems in the rack head can also cause those symptoms.

Without using a power steering pressure tester, it is sometimes difficult to tell what the culprit is.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I can't speak for that brand name but bet it's just the most common ATF for PS use which already has "properties" required so just paying for a name brand.


Not much out there for fix-it in a bottle. Some stuff really helps and most do harm so would be what most OE fluid would be. ATF has an important properties. Resists foaming, flows as a light weight oil and is a pretty strong detergent by itself. Color is added or missing on products for identification mostly.


Anyone beware of vehicles that use an exception to what so called "most" vehicles use if any chance yours is an exception,


T

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I've had luck with an issue like that just sucking out as much fluid as possible and use correct ATF (synthetic of choice) and problem which was quite minor went away. I too would probably go as DS said had that not worked - my own so no loss in trying in that case. Synthetic seems to be proven more heat tolerant and think some get a hot spot and get sticky. New fluid (exact right type) is full of new additives - done,


T

Dodge neon Humming noise when turning

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Question From Lphubbard on Dodge neon Humming noise when turning

I just got my right front cv axle, my power steering fluid, and an alignment done. Next day I was turning left with speed and I hear a very loud humming sound. No obvious vibration per say. This only happens turning left at higher speeds, not going slow. I plan on talking to my mechanic on Tuesday about it but I don't want them to try charging me additionally unless its necessary. Any ideas? 2000 dodge neon at 95k miles. 4c 2.0.

Response From BrendanHF Top Rated Answer

my old neon did the same thing and it ended up being the wheel bearing, when they took it into the shop the tire literally fell right off with a knock of a hammer, (a pretty good knock but nonetheless, not good) have them check for play in the wheels

Response From Hammer Time

This thread is nearly 3 months old. Please don't reply to old threads.

The FORUM RULES can be read here.

Response From Hammer Time

I would get it back to the people that did the job. It's a bit suspicious. They may not have torqued the axle nut correctly and caused the bearing to come apart.

Response From Lphubbard

Even if they replaced the right axle and its when I turn left that makes the noise? I'm not sure how these axles work. I'd like to think the left axle wasn't touched but I don't want to sound like am idiot when I go in!

Response From Hammer Time

That would make perfect sense. Turning left would make the car lean to the right and transfer weight/load to the right side.

no rush job finished but wanting to know what trick i missed

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Question From mike hammer on no rush job finished but wanting to know what trick i missed

Hello car junky. I have recently replaced the power steering pump on my 97 dodge caravan 3.8 litre. All went fairly well and it all works well now but because i was far from internet access i was unable to ask if the way i did it was the easy good way. Is it normal to have to remove the bracket which held the pump in place because to remove this i had to remove the belt tensioner and to remove this I had to remove the alternater.all in all it wasnt too difficult but I wonder what simple knowledge I lacked to make the job easier still. Despite going well I must admit I busted my knuckles a record number of times. Thanks car junky no rush for an answer as it has been repaired and all goes well its just to satisfy my own curiosity. You guys are the best.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

WARNING: power steering oil, engine components and the exhaust system may be extremely hot if engine has been running .

CAUTION: Do not start engine with any loose or disconnected hoses. Do not allow hoses to touch hot exhaust manifold or catalyst.

  1. Remove the (-) negative battery cable from the battery and isolate cable.
  2. Remove cap from power steering reservoir.
  3. Using a siphon pump, remove as much power steering fluid as possible from the power steering fluid reservoir
  4. Raise vehicle on jack stands or centered on a frame contact type hoist.
  5. Disconnect the oxygen sensor wiring harness from the vehicle wiring harness. Access to connection at vehicle wiring harness is through the oxygen sensor wiring harness grommet in the floor pan of the vehicle.

NOTE: The exhaust system needs to be removed from the engine to allow for an area to remove the power steering pump from the vehicle.

  1. Remove the catalytic converter from the exhaust manifold. Then remove all the exhaust system hangers/isolators from the brackets on the exhaust system.



  1. Move the exhaust system as far rearward and to the left side of the vehicle as possible.



  1. Raise the heat sleeve on the power steering hoses to expose the hose to steel tube connection. Remove the hose from the power steering fluid return line on the front suspension cradle. Allow the remaining power steering fluid to drain from the pump and fluid reservoir through the removed return hose.



  1. Remove the accessory drive splash shield.



  1. Remove the serpentine accessory drive belt from the engine. Refer to Engine.



  1. Remove the power steering fluid supply hose coming from the remote fluid reservoir, from the fitting on the power steering pump. Drain off excess power steering fluid from hose.
  2. Remove the power steering fluid pressure line from the power steering pump. Drain excess power steering fluid from tube.
  3. Remove the power steering fluid return hose from the power steering pump. Drain excess power steering fluid from tube.



  1. Remove the support bracket at the rear of the power steering pump attaching the pump to the rear of the engine.



  1. Remove the 3 bolts mounting the power steering pump to the alternator/power steering pump and belt tensioner mounting bracket.
  2. Remove the power steering pump from its mounting bracket.
  3. The power steering pump is removed from the vehicle by pulling it out through the exhaust tunnel area in the floor pan of the vehicle.

Response From Sidom

Mike Hammer

Is there any relation here Desi???? Cousin? Uncle? Nephew???....

Response From Hammer Time

No, I don't think so...............LOL

Response From way2old

Are you sure the pics posted are for power steering pump replacement?? Can't figure how the brakes have anything to do with it.

Response From Hammer Time

This is weird...........

The entire page was copied and pasted from Alldata on power steering pump removal. All the text instructions are correct but the images are from something totally different. This is strange.


edit...

Even stranger, the pics all just changed while I posed this. They wsere timing belt pics when I looked first and now I see brakes. I'm going to delete them.

'97 Dodge Neon, Loud grinding noise when turning

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Question From Bystand3r88 on '97 Dodge Neon, Loud grinding noise when turning

I have a 1997 Dodge Neon that is making a very loud grinding noise when turning. This has been an ongoing problem for about 2 months now, but up until the last 4 days it was only very slight. Now this noise is very loud and only does it when the steering wheel is not perfectly straight. It is not as bad when I am on the highway at all. It seems to be coming mainly from the left side, but the right side also does it, just much less. I am unsure of what this could be. I have checked the power steering fluid and that was not it. My front brakes have also been changed around June, the slight sound existed before the brake change.

Response From aardvark

i had this problem with my neon. after i got all new brakes and a trie rotation, it was like new. the sound went away. did you change the brake line as well? i had meineke do a diagnostic on mine before i paid for everything. it cost about 600 dollars to repair, but it was worth it since the problem was fixed and i only paid 200 for the car. i would still have the car if my boyfriend didn't crash it shortly after, the bastard!!! he says it was an "accident". it was a 95 model.

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Possibly a wheel bearing?
Dan.