Yes they do have a version of Power Steering.
One off a full-size pickup. It's stronger than one off a car.
They have between 700 and 800 horse power in the Sprint Cup.
950 horse power
Interested in doing preventative maintenance on my BMW 7 series and want to check/add power steering fluid. How do you do it?
In the NON restricter plate races, they produce around 750 hp.
You are severely misinformed; automotive power steering is a hydraulic assist system. There is no fuse.
The power steering fluid in E39 BMW's are located by the front of the car. It is marked ATF on the cap. Good Luck.
Pentosin, about $15US at Partsgeek.com
AnswerOn a 1980 240, the power steering pump is a one piece unit located on the front of the engine on the driver side.
A Sprint Cup car's horse power is relative. If you are driving the car, there's about 9,000 bhp. If you're in the stands, it develops about 1,000 bhp. If you are watching on TV, it looks to be about 500 bhp. Listening on the radio, it is not the same.
Secure the power steering pump with the retaining bolts. Attach the power steering hose to the power steering pump. Put the belt on to the power steering pump. Fill the power steering system with fluid.
A power steering pumps as much as the power steering pump can pump.