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    Vehicle : vectra

    Trim : SRI

    Engine : 2.2 DTI

    Year : 2003

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    Hi guys does anyone know where the power steering bottle is on my vectra sri 2.2 dti 53 reg cheers

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    in front of the drivers side wheel , unscrew the wheel arch liner & its behind there , you then need a long thin funnel to go down behind the headlamp & into the bottle .
    there is a filter in the top of the bottle & the fluid is really slow to go through it , I found this out when I spilled it as it is hard to see if the bottle is full .

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    The other place they can be is behind the engine, on top of the rack. White bottle, with a black cap.

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    So I have to take my wheel arch liner off just to check my PAS fluid - oh boy! and I don't even own any Torx bits :-(

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    Not on a 1.8, they are on the top of the rack behind the engine.

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