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    Default how much Power steering fluid i need to have in civic 97

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    A full flush will probably use closer to two liters, if you include the rack itself.

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    0.75 Litre.
    Not a big issue, keep on pouring until u reach the Max point at the reservoir. Start up the car, do some full left and right cuttings, switch of the car and check the reservoir and put more to reach the max point again and DONE.

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    well brothers today i flushed mine civic 97 power steering fluid switched from MOBIL1 ATF to HONDA GENUINE PSF-S AND my steering got to easy to move with one touch tyres move to and fro .So i recommend u plz use GENUINE POWER STEERING FLUID for ur vehicles.And i flushed myself as u can say it a DIY.results are now 99/100 of power steering and before it was 45/100 u can see the results and imagine how it is working perfect.
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    when to change belt of power steering pump
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    Remove the belt from PS pulley and check the belt, if there are cracks or sign of weakness then change it otherwise use it.

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