This instructable is designed into four main parts. Here's the outline:
1) Gather the materials
-- Instructable step 1 - This includes tools, a new pump, fluids, etc.
2) Remove the leaking pump
-- Instructable step 2 - Drain the Power Steering system
-- Instructable step 3 - Remove accessories from Power Steering system
-- Instructable step 4 - Remove the pulley and bolts
-- Instructable step 5 - Remove power steering pump
3) Install the new pump
-- Instructable step 6 - Place the new power steering pump
-- Instructable step 7 - Press on the power steering pump pulley
-- Instructable step 8 - Align the pulley and attach the belts
-- Instructable step 9 - Flush and fill the power steering system
-- Instructable step 10 - Cleanup
You'll need some tools to complete this task. Before you start, gather the necessary equipment -- you will not be able to use the car once you start the replacement! It is always a good idea to have a friend on call, or a second car available.
- Power Steering pump (to replace defective pump)
- Two (2) quarts power steering fluid or appropriate ATF (to flush and fill). More than 2 quarts if flushing the rack is desired.
- Power Steering Pulley Puller set (to remove and attach the pulley). Some auto parts stores will loan the tool sets.
- Socket set.
- Open end wrench set (for use with puller set).
- Leverage pipe or extension bar (in case the pulley is hardened on the spindle).
- Drain pan (to drain & flush power steering system).
- Wheel bearing grease for sliding pulley on the pump hub.
- 2' wood 1x2 for assistance with aligning the pulleys. Any straight tool will work fine -- a level, metal rod, wood, whatever.