What Happens If I Overfill My Power Steering Fluid?

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If you overfill your power steering fluid, it may flow out into other parts of the car. Before this happens, you can use an item like a turkey baster to remove the excess fluid.
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Overfilling a power steering system with fluid can cause overpressure. You may cause a leak in your lines or pump.
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Over filling the power steering fluid may
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An overfilled PS system will pretty much take care of itself by spewing fluid out of the vent(s) on a hard turn. That's probably where your excess fluid came from. As far as your
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Pull the power steering fluid dipstick out and see if it is in the "hot" range or the "cold" range. The engine has to be off. It is much like checking oil.
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