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post #1 of 10 Old 01-25-2009, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
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DIY Powersteering Flush

Power Steering Fluid Flushing Procedure For F250 Superduty Truck
Will this work for the 6.0
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bump!!!!!!!!!
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I don't see why it wouldn't. As far as I know it has the same pump...

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does it make a perf diff changing the ps fluid

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It works for me try it again.
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I did it yesterday (the flush) it took care of my brake pedal kickback and stiff steering saved me $120 to have the dealer do it. I had a little problem with foaming but It was gon today this is an excellent thing to do if your having ps pump problems.
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Hey guys, I'm assuming that the engine is running will you’re doing the flush right?
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Ya the engine running I highly reccommend you have two people 1 to turn the wheel and pump the brakes and the other to monitor powersteering fluid level.
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