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That is one way to do it, harder, messier and not as good a flush though.
Get the 4 quarts of good P/S/ fluid and a bottle of Lucas as mentioned along with some sort of a hand held oil pump, like a turkey baster, then suck all the fluid from the reservor, refill with new fluid, start the engine turn the steering wheel full left and right to the bump stops, shut of the engine suck out the P/S fluid and do it again, usually 3 time or until the fluid being removed will now be either crystal clear or red depending on the fluid you are using.
By doing this, by turning the wheel to the bump stops, making the pump groan, you are forcing all old fluid a debri completely from the system and you don't have to bleed it.
If you have ACE, do the same process to it at the same time.
 

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Most synthetic P/S fluid have been taken out of production. I switched to Vavoline's regulars fluid and change it every 15,000 miles.
 

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All D2's use p/s fluid only.
 
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