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THIS BULLETIN SUPERSEDES SERVICE BULLETIN 19-008-05, DATED OCTOBER
26, 2005, WHICH SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM YOUR FILES. ALL REVISIONS ARE
HIGHLIGHTED WITH **ASTERISKS** AND INCLUDES A NEW PARTS TABLE AND
Revised Power Steering System Bleeding Procedures
2004 - 2006 (CS) Pacifica
2002 - 2006 (DR/DH/D1) Ram Pickup
2004 - 2006 (HB) Durango
2001 - 2006 (JR) Sebring Convertible/Sebring Sedan/Stratus Sedan
2002 - 2006 (KJ) Liberty
2005 - 2006 (LX/LE) 300/Charger/Magnum
2005 - 2006 (ND) Dakota
2000 - 2005 (PL) Neon/SRT4
2001 - 2006 (PT) PT Cruiser
2001 - 2006 (RG) Chrysler Voyager (International Markets)
2001 - 2006 (RS) Town & Country/Caravan/Voyager
2005 - 2006 (WK/WH) Grand Cherokee
2006 (XK/XH) Commander
NOTE: This bulletin does NOT apply to DR SRT10 vehicles.
NUMBER: 19-008-05 REV. A
DATE: November 2, 2005
Qty. Part No. Description
**AR 05166226AA Power Steering Fluid, ATF+4 (MS 9602)
For use in: CS, DR, DH, D1, HB, JR, KJ, LX,
LE, ND, PL, PT, RG, RS vehicles**
**AR 05142893AA Power Steering Fluid, Hydraulic System (MS
For use in: WK, WH, XK, KH vehicles**
SPECIAL TOOLS/EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
9688 Adapter, P/S Cap
C-4207-A Vacuum Pump, Hand (or equivalent)
POWER STEERING SYSTEM BLEEDING PROCEDURE:
WARNING:The fluid level should be checked with engine off to prevent injury from
CAUTION: **MOPAR® Power Steering Fluid +4 or ATF+4 (MS-9602) is to be used in
the power steering system of CS, DR, DH, D1, HB, JR, KJ, LX, LE, ND, PL,
PT, RG, and RS vehicles. Mopar Hydraulic Power Steering Fluid (MS
10838) is to be used in the power steering system of WK, WH, XH, and XK
vehicles. No other power steering or automatic transmission fluid is to be
used in these systems. Damage may result to the power steering pump
and system if the incorrect fluid is used. Do not overfill the power
CAUTION: If the air is not purged from the power steering system correctly, pump
failure could result.
NOTE: If the power steering reservoir cap does not have a dipstick, there will be a
sight window on the side of the reservoir for checking fluid level.
NOTE: Be sure the vacuum tool used in the following procedure is clean and free of
1. Wipe the filler cap clean with a clean rag and fill the power steering reservoir to the
proper level. The dipstick should indicate COLD when the fluid is at normal ambient
2. Tightly insert Miller Special Tool, 9688 - P/S Cap Adapter, onto the pump reservoir
19-008-05 REV. A -2-
Fig. 1 VACUUM PUMP
1 - HAND VACUUM PUMP C-4207-A
2 - CLEAR HOSE FROM ADAPTER TO RESERVOIR
3 - SPECIAL TOOL - 9688
4 - VACUUM PUMP RESERVOIR
CAUTION: Failure to properly connect the vacuum pump reservoir may allow power
steering fluid to be sucked into the vacuum pump.
CAUTION: Do not run the engine while vacuum is applied to the power steering
NOTE: When performing Step #3, make sure the minimum vacuum level is
maintained during the entire time period.
3. Using a hand vacuum pump, Miller Special Tool C-4207-A, with the vacuum reservoir
attached, apply 68-85 kPa (20-25 in. Hg) of vacuum to the power steering system for a
minimum of 3 minutes.
4. Slowly release the vacuum, remove the special tools and add fluid to the proper level if
5. Repeat Step #1 through Step #4 until the fluid level no longer drops.
6. Start the engine and cycle the steering wheel from lock to lock three times.
NOTE: Do not hold the steering wheel on stops.
7. Stop the engine and check for leaks at all connections. Check for any signs of air in
the reservoir and check reservoir level. If air is present repeat the procedure if
-3- 19-008-05 REV. A
YOu must use red fluid ATF+4