One thing I didn't see in that post is where you lift the front end of the car while you are working all the air out. I remember reading that in one of the books I have. I think it is the chiltons. Also with the nose in the air and wheels off the ground it does less harm to the P.s pump and rack. Or something like that.
But one thing not mentioned is that the return line is the smaller of the 2 hoses going into the power steering tank (it says return on the line but its hard to read from the top of the car). Also, on my 94, the ignition fuse is either 15 or 16..can't remember off the top of my head.
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