|Quoting CanadianNorth (Reply 5):|
I'm sure it's not doing much harm, but it's always good to fix any problems before they become problems.
|Quoting AC_A340 (Thread starter):|
I have a '98 Cavalier with about 70,000 miles on it I've noticed that the power steering fluid is brown (it used to be red), but at the proper level. The owner's manual makes no mention of ever having to change this, and I have noticed no steering problems.
Is this something that should be flushed and refilled, or is it ok as is? I can't find much information about this online.
|Quoting CORULEZ05 (Reply 10):|
...I'm not a mechanic or anything but based on the year and mileage...I think its time for a new car. That is my diagnostic.
|Quoting Jutes85 (Reply 16):|
Since you guys seemed to help out AC with this problem, I hope you can give me input on mine.
My rear brakes knock when I press the brake pedal. The pads were replaced before I bought the car 3 weeks ago so its not low pads. I took it into the stealership and they told me that its was my rotors. BTW, my rear brakes are not the standard drum brakes, they are disk all the way around.
Any input would be appreciated.