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Silly question but can someone kindly direct me to where is the power steering reservoir on the T25's?

Mo

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On my 2007 Avensis the power steering reservoir is under the plastic cover on the drivers side behind the coolant header tank.

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Thanks for the reply.

Mo

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Clean the crud off the top before you open it, just so nothing drops inside.

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Hi there, gotta same problem, even desperately trying to find power steering reservoir ! I've got Avensis 1.8 vvti 2008.

Can pls some one post pictures where mentioned reservoir is located. Could not found it behind coolant header tank, definitely.

Thnx in advance

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i belive on the 2008 1.8 vvti which i also have the power steering is electronic and so dosent have a fluid reservoir.the only reservoirs i have are for the brakes and the clutch.

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thank you, but what can cause slight buzzing while turning the steering wheel ?

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check to see if your wheel arch cover is loose,during last years snow a build up of ice behind my drivers side cover pushes it loose and i got a grating noise when turning on inspection i found it loose and it had a large hole worn into it,repo part of ebay cost about £25.

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thnx, I'll check what's going on down there

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