Power Steering Fluid ServiceFor expert auto service you can trust, stop by one of our neighborhood stores. Our certified Just Tires technicians will gladly help you make the right choice for you and your vehicle. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
WHAT OUR POWER STEERING FLUID SERVICE IS AND WHEN YOU NEED IT
No matter where you’re headed (in life and on the road) good steering makes a world of difference in how you get there. So if you suspect a problem with your power steering, bring it to us for a free check.
How do I know I need my power steering fluid checked?
- Your vehicle is leaking power steering fluid (a clear- or amber-colored fluid that smells like burnt marshmallow)
- It’s hard to steer, or steering is less responsive
- You hear noises when you turn your steering wheel
- You’re past your vehicle manufacturer’s recommended replacement interval
ABOUT OUR POWER STEERING FLUID SERVICE
What’s included with our power steering fluid service?
During our power steering fluid service, our certified experts will carefully check your vehicle for any power steering fluid leaks. We'll share with you any issues we find, and let you decide whether you'd like to proceed with a fluid flush appointment.
If you wish to have your power steering fluid flushed, we’ll drain your old power steering fluid and flush your power steering components using state-of-the art equipment.
Finally, we’ll replace your old fluid with new, high-quality power steering fluid in accordance with your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations so you can get back on the road with confidence.
Why are power steering flushes important?
A power steering fluid flush can help:
- Extend the life of your vehicle’s power steering components,
- Improve steering efficiency and performance
- Prevent future leaks and costly repairs down the road
How often should I get my power steering fluid checked?
We suggest a power steering fluid flush once, early in a vehicle’s life (beforehitting 50,000 miles) to remove contaminants and help extend componentlife, and then again at 50,000 miles or greater based on your vehiclemanufacturer’s recommendations.
Of course, if you notice power steering problems, fluid leaks, or uneven tire wear, you should make an appointment to see us at your earliest convenience.