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Is anybody using syn.power steering fluid, if so what brands. Also is it compatible with regular fluid, can it be mixed. Almost impossible to get all of the old fluid out.
 

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I use Amsoil Multi-Vehicle Synthetic Power Steering Fluid (Product Code: PSFCN) in my 2006 and it is also recommended for your 1998. I use a Fluid Extraction Pump (Product Code: G2576) to get as much of the old fluid out as possible when changing it. It can also be used to remove other fluids such as engine oil, drivetrain lubricants and engine coolant but it should not be used for gasoline.

The PSFCN meets all of the following specifications and is compatible with any product that also meets these specs;

•American Motor Corporation C 4124
•BMW 82 11 0 148 132; 83 29 0 429 576; 81 22 1 468 879 & 82 11 1 468 041
•Chrysler MS-1872; MS-5931, MS-9602 & MS-11655
•Ford M2C138-CJ; ESW-M2C128-C&D; M2C195-A; M2C204-A & M2C33-F
•GM/Saginaw PSF 9985010; 9985835 & 89021184
•Hyundai/Kia PSF-3; PSF-4 & PSF 00232-19017
•Mercedes Benz 236.3; 345.0; 001 989 24 03 10; 001 989 24 03 12 & Q 1 32 0001
•Mitsubishi Diamond SP III & PS Fluid
•Navistar TMS 6810
•Nissan PSF-II
•Porsche 000 043 206 56
•Saab 93160548; (45) 30 09 800 & 30 32 380
•Subaru K0209A0080
•Toyota PSF Type EH; P/N 008886-01
•Volvo 1161529 & 30741424
•VW/Audi TL-52146; G002000; G 004 000 M2; G 004 000 M7 & G 004 000 M8
 

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I use valvoline syn.
I just used a turkey baster and kept swapping fluid out every day for a week and it was clear.
compatibility isn't an issue
 
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