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Idemitsu Lubricants
2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser Power Steering Fluid Idemitsu Lubricants - 12 Ounces

P311-034D401    W0133-1939905  New

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Idemitsu Lubricants Power Steering Fluid
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Conventional
  • ; Power Steering Specific Fluid
  • Mineral Based Power Steering Fluid. Engineered for Asian import vehicles Meets: Honda/Acura PSF-S - Toyota/Lexus/Scion D2 - Mazda M3 -Nissan PSF.
  • 12 Ounces
Brand: Idemitsu Lubricants
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2010 - Toyota FJ Cruiser
Motul
1988 Toyota 4Runner Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

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Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
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Vehicle
1988 - Toyota 4Runner
Motul
2007 Toyota Tundra Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 1 litre
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2007 - Toyota Tundra

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How often should I change transmission fluid and power steering fluid in 99 toyota avalon?

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Question From hectortrojan on How often should I change transmission fluid and power steering fluid in 99 toyota avalon?

Hi,

How often should I change transmission fluid and power steering fluid in 99 toyota avalon?

When I do google for this, I get different answers. Some says every 30k, some says every 80k-100k. What is right answer?

Is $200 for transmission oil change and $150 for power steering fluid change normal price to do so?

Thank you.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Hard to give you a "right" answer but owner's manual should list out a maintenance schedule and probably based on type of use the vehicle is subject to.

If a '99 anything has never had trans service the jury is out on whether to start now. Two ways - one is total fluid change and a new filter and another is just about 1/3 or so by just dropping the pan and do a filter knowing it's not changing ALL the fluid.

PS: May not list a schedule for that but follow any suggestions in the manual.

IMO - those prices you mentioned seem high to me?

T

Response From Hammer Time

The prices are just a little on the steep side.

It's really a matter of opinion. I'm of the opinion that 30K is the right time. The dealers like to claim low maintenance costs so they often tell you to go longer but they don't care if you need a transmission at 100K. That won't be their problem.

92 corolla smoking when starting

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Question From lotis on 92 corolla smoking when starting

92 toyota corolla manual transmission. Was about to take a road trip so went to check oil. As soon as I lifted hood noticed that oil was sprayed all over left side of engine and even got on valve covers. started it up just to see if we could see anything obvious and it immediately started smoking. Help

Response From zmame

I would shampoo the engine off, check oil level, start car and look for the oil leak it should be pretty obvious if it`s leaking that bad.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Also check your power steering fluid level. Could be a leaking power steering fluid hose.

Response From lotis

Thanks will do that now

Response From lotis

Thank you that is what i just did. Cant see any leakage.

Toyota Landcruiser 2000 - Car resists when turning

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Question From partypants69 on Toyota Landcruiser 2000 - Car resists when turning

This problem started yesterday. I am not sure which forum it should go under as I have no idea what the problem is. Basically when you turn the wheel hard in either direction the car lags, almost as if you had the handbrake on or something. It does this if you are going forwards or reversing. I checked the power steering fluid, thinking maybe that had something to do with it, but all the fluids are fine. The tires are a bit low, but I know by the way it feels that couldn't be the problem. Any ideas would be very appreciated.

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

I would check to see if the system has a power steering pressure sensor in there. If it does, that could be your problem. It should raise the rpm's a little to keep that from happening.

Response From partypants69

Thanks for the reply. I will check that and let you know.

91 toyota Privia steering trouble

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Question From coldlake1 on 91 toyota Privia steering trouble

I live in northern Manitoba and own a 91 toyota privia, auto, 2.4. During our recent cold spell the power steering started to make noise when I turn left or right ( like there is no fluid) not the case there is fluid. When I put the pump under load the fluid pukes out to cap and the fluid looks contaminated and also looks like it is boiling. Can someone help in fixing this problem please.

Response From Jeff Norfolk Top Rated Answer

Dose it feel like the power steering is working? I am not to familar with cold weather issues as I am located in SE Texas but I wonder if the power steering fluid is freezing or thickening up in the smaller passages of the lines and the rack. If this is happening then the pump would surely puke because the fluid pressure has to go somewhere. Just my thoughts. Maybe some of the other folks from up north will chime in here.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Not as far North as this car but can speak for cold and quirks.

PS fluid may be slow when stone cold. I suggest sucking out as much as you can thru reservior and changing it to synthetic ATF - IF and only IF ATF is on the suggested fluid list for this car's PS - most do use it. I'd change out as much as you can anyway with whatever is clearly not able to use ATF. Synthetics are more forgiving when cold.

I'd just dedicate a turkey baster to suck out as much fluid from the reservoir as you can - refill, steer left and right, and repeat a time or two then make sure it's full.

Properties of both ATF and PS are to be thin hydraulic fluids, highly detergent, temp tolerant, and importantly ANTI-FOAMING as the air bubbles don't help at all.

I'm surprised it picking on steering just one way at the moment and barfing it out but if it's making all bubbles it could.. Just a maybe and hope it's that simple.

Hey - These wicked -10, -20, -30 or worse Fahrenheit temps cause kooky things to happen. Some things you forgive till car warms up and some are problems that really need a repair. It wastes gas but worth warming car up before taking off with it - at least till some heat is felt,

T

Response From coldlake1

Thanks for the advise, we took it into a shop and drained the fluid and warmed up the system. It appears to have fixed the problem. Thanks again to all that responded it was greatly appreciated.

Power steering fluid leaking into Air Intake?!?!

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Question From archidoct on Power steering fluid leaking into Air Intake?!?!

I have had quite a problem with my 1994 Toyota 4Runner. The power steering went out about 8 months ago and I did not have the money or the time to take it in and get it fixed. Finally, about a month ago I took it in to have the 'leak' fixed and the mechanic replaced the power steering pump. It worked for about two days and then it went out again. I took it back and he replaced the hose that comes off of the pump and it worked for a little while and then went out again. I took it back for a third time and my 4Runner was there for 3 days while the mechanic tried to figure out where it was leaking. Finally, he called me and told me to come and pick it up because he had no idea where it was leaking. I picked it up and filled it with power steering and noticed that when I fill it up I get smoke coming out of the exhaust and it drains in a matter of minutes. There are no puddles or leaks anywhere and I am suspecting that it is leaking into the engine. Will all of this fluid that is leaking into my engine cause serious damage and what will I need to do to fix the problem? I am hoping it is not too expensive to fix because I cannot afford a major overhaul of my engine right now. Please help!

Response From REYGS Top Rated Answer

On some models toyota uses vaccum pressure switches on the power steering pumps. look for a sw attached to your p/s pump with two vaccum lines on it. this sw opens when senses pressure allowing air to enter the intake to raise the engines rpms to compensate for the extra load. some call it a smart vaccum leak. if your sw broke internaly it wiilsuck fluid out of your pump in to the engine. hope this helps. gluck.

Response From steve01832

I am not too familiar with 4Runners. My question is, does the power steering get an assist off the brake booster? Check to see if there is a vacuum line going from the booster to the power steering. If there is one, disconnect the vacuum line and cap it off. You won't have power steering when you drive, but if the fluid no longer drains then it is proved the vacuum inside the booster is sucking fluid through the line and that is how it's getting inside the engine. You would either need a new booster or check valve at this point. Good luck and please keep us posted on what happens.

P.S. The fluid can foul out the spark plugs and ruin them. But, you say it empties in a few minutes, that much fluid that fast concerns me that the engine could possibly hydro lock and that can cause big damage.
Steve