Dirty Fluid vs. Clean Fluid

Spotting the difference

New power steering fluid is clean and clear. Neglected power steering fluid looks dirty, like used engine oil, and can compromise the performance of your power steering system.

If your power steering is having issues, here are common parts that may be causing issues:

  • Power steering fluid leak
  • Power steering hose clog
  • Power steering pump
  • Power steering belt adjustment
  • Power steering belt replacement

We always suggest you check in with a professional about fixing any of these issues.

The Problem

Dirty, neglected power steering fluid can:

  • Cause noise and increased steering effort
  • Reduce steering effectiveness
  • Harden seals and cause leakage, leading to wear
  • Contribute to expensive repairs of power steering components (your power steering rack can cost more than $1,000 USD to replace!)

The Solution

Wynn’s Power Steering Service:

  • Removes the old fluid from the system
  • Cleans the entire system with a proprietary product formulated to loosen and remove sludge and other contaminants from the system
  • Refills the system with the correct manufacturer recommended fluid
  • Restores steering performance
    • Helps prevent sluggish steering on cold mornings
    • Reduces or eliminates steering noise
    • Provides proper lubrication of power steering components
    • Helps avoid premature, unexpected and expensive steering system failures
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