Power Steering Fluid

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Robert Lampard, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. Hi, I have a Peugeot 307 51 plate, and need to top up the power steering
    fluid. In the Haynes manual and on the Peugeot website it states that I
    need to use the Total Fluide DA for it, what I wanted to know is I have some
    Slick 50 fluid that someone bought me thinking they were helping.

    Can I use this without causing damage, Is there any specific reason you have
    to use the fluide da?

    Robert Lampard, Feb 8, 2008
  2. Robert Lampard

    Gary G Jones Guest

    Can I use this without causing damage,

    in a word "NO"
    slick 50 as far as I know goes in the gear box or the engine.to protect
    against friction.

    Gary G Jones, Feb 9, 2008
  3. Robert Lampard

    Chris Guest

    NO dont put that in the power steering, that is made for engine and
    gearbox never heard about one for the power steering.
    Chris, Feb 9, 2008
  4. prina.pankhania, Feb 11, 2008
  5. Robert Lampard

    Chris Guest

    All motor factors are doing there own make as it is cheaper , and
    propley just as good,
    Chris, Feb 11, 2008
  6. Robert Lampard

    Gary G Jones Guest

    you would think that "slick 50" would actually mention the stuff on
    www.slick50.com wouldn't you.
    If they do I cant find it. I will admit that; until the previous post with
    the link, I had know idea they did power steering fluid.


    in message
    Gary G Jones, Feb 11, 2008
  7. Hi,
    I decided to play it safe and popped down to my local Peugeot dealer and
    bought the recommended fluid.
    £8 for a liter (ouch) but at least I know its the propper stuff lol (I can
    speak the queens englich yo know lol)

    Cheers for your help Guys
    Robert Lampard, Feb 11, 2008
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