Compared to other systems in your vehicle, the Power Steering system uses a relatively small quantity of fluid to perform a tremendous amount of work. The power steering fluid deteriorates over time and becomes contaminated, which is why a power steering flush is important.
It’s recommended that you check your vehicle’s power steering fluid reservoir regularly to ensure proper level and to make sure the reservoir is not leaking. As part of TJ’s Lube Stop Full-Service Oil Change, your technician will check the power steering fluid and, if needed, top-up the fluid.
Power Steering Flush cleans the power steering system, removing sludge and contaminates, and replaces the old fluid with new. This helps to ensure proper protection and lubrication of the power steering components.
Power Steering Flush is a preventive maintenance service every two years or 30,000 miles.