Most carts use steering shaft, spindle, tie rods, and pitman arm steering system. This is the simplest and most inexpensive system. http://www.bmikarts.com/Steering-Wheels-Components_c_274.html
The 1971 Plymouth duster uses a power steering system ..... Have a good day
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You should use "Honda Power Steering Fluid" ONLY!
A square one
Gm recommended power steering fluid
Rack and Pinion with power assist.
Regular power steering fluid.
Check the owner's manual to see if it specifies any specific type of fluid you need to use, if not, any type of power steering fluid should be fine.
Synthetic power steering fluid from the dealer only. Do NOT mix drugstore power steering fluid, ATF, or non-synthetic fluid in your steering system. Damage to the seals/gaskets could result in leaks.
Dextron III ATF
Based on the type of system, there could be several lengths that would work.
Power steering pump reserve cap should have dipstick on it when you remove it. Location will vary depending on what type of engine you have. It will be attached to a component driven by the serpentine belt. If it is not on top near passenger compartment (cap should have words on it), look under alternator and to left of water pump for component with fluid reserve; that will be the power steering pump.
It depends on the type of vehicle and the steering system that it has. If the vehicle has rack and pinion steering, it may be a bad rack and pinion. If the vehicle has a steering gear, like most older cars of pickup trucks, It could have a bad steering gear.
My brother is an Mercedes mecanic and he put transmission fluid in my power steering resivoir. That is what they use at the dearlship
A 2013 Chrysler uses power steering fluid +4, or ATF+4.
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It's possible but not likely. As far as you are sure that you have put the right kind of fluid, it's not the fluid's fault. It might be joints, power steering pump, pump steering rack, some air or water in the system.
A steering system of the parallelogram type is normally fitted with a steering box assembly. You should check for excessive movement in the steering box itself. This can be done by having the vehicle on the ground, and feeling the "free play" in the steering wheel with the road wheels in the straight ahead position. While watching the wheels to see how much you can move the steering wheel, before the road wheels start to move. Check this amount of movement and report any excessive movement to your supervisor.
Should be stamped right on the steering fluid reservoir cap. If not any power steering fluid will work.
no fluid it is electric asist
I checked Chilton's and Haynes manuals and they both say to use Type F Automatic transmission fluid for the power steering.
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if you look on the side of the engine cover it should say model number engine type and code...on a 6hp murray go kart with a Tec. 6hp it reads 196cc