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So you wake up one morning ready to drive the kids to school and head in to work. The sun is up, and the dogs are barking. As ...
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 ...
Removing the Power Steering pump should take less than two hours, depending on the equipment that may need to be removed to get to the power steering pump. ...
Next, prepare to remove the Power Steering pump by removing the accessories from the system. 1) Disconnect the negative battery cable 3) Remove the power steering belt. 4) ...
Removing the pulley & bolts is very easy -- if you use the correct tools! 1) Remove the pulley with the puller. 2) Remove the bolts that connect ...
Nice! At this point, the power steering pump is cradled in the frame & brackets and ready to be removed. 1) Remove the power steering pump.
Now that the old pump has been removed, it is time to install the new Power Steering pump. 1) Insert new pump into bracket. 2) Tighten pump attaching ...
Attach Power Steering pulley. This is performed with the pulley press. The press has two pieces -- (a) a through bolt, and (b) a hub press. 1) Screw ...
The pulley alignment may be tricky and require some time to get right. 1) Align the Power Steering pulley to the other pulley assemblies on the vehicle. In ...
The hard parts are done! Now just flush the system and fill. 1) Flush the pump with at least 1 quart of appropriate fluid. NOTE: The Ford Thunderbird ...
The job is done! All that is left is to clean up and celebrate saving yourself $200. If you have any questions or suggestions, please send me email.
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