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Old 10 Jun 2018, 08:12 pm
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Anyone know the capacity of the power steering system? The book says my 08 PT uses ATF+4 but doesn't say how much.
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Old 11 Jun 2018, 07:10 am
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If it was completely drained it might hold 1 quart or perhaps a tad more. I wouldn't ever have more than a quart sitting around if it had a leak. You'd probably need to ask at your local Chrysler dealership service center to see if they could tell you.
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Old 12 Jun 2018, 03:41 am
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OK, will check with the dealer, got to visit the parts dept. soon anyway.
Seems to be a secret, can't find the capacity anywhere.
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