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Power steering pump replacement

Discussion in '2nd Generation' started by SurferSVT, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. SurferSVT

    SurferSVT V Established Member

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    Looks like my PS pump sprung a leak and I need to replace it, how difficult is it?

    Something I can do with simple tools? Or should I bite the bullet and have it done professionally.

    Thanks for the guidance.
     
  2. Dusten

    Dusten Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Removing it is easy, its just a few bolts. If you don't have a press and puller you'll need to have the old pulley removed from the old pump and pressed onto the new one.
    After that, jack up front end, fill reservoir, and cycle the wheels back and forth, continue until reservoir is full
     
  3. WhiTriCobra

    WhiTriCobra PDP Established Member

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    +1, not that hard to change at all.
     
  4. SurferSVT

    SurferSVT V Established Member

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    Thanks guys. A boring subject, I know, but I just wanted to make sure I wouldn't be biting off more than I can chew.
     

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