RACK CONTINUES TO BUBBLE
I have a 1999 3.5L Olds Intrigue with 90K miles. I replaced the rack, pump, and high pressure hose. The bleeding procedure is to rotate the wheel left and right, keeping the fluid topped off. The fluid only went down during the initial bleeding. I have done this procudure several times rotating the wheel 40 times. Bubbles continue to appear, but the fluid remains high. I feel that air is entering somewhere in the system and is not trapped air. With the wheels on the ground and idling, there is resistance when turning left, but not right.
March 2, 2006.
March 2, 2006.
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