It can be done, yes. Won't be the easiest swap, but not impossible by any means.
Yes you can. The best way to go would be to locate a donor car for all the parts needed for the change over, such as the power steering box, power steering pump, mounting brackets, pulleys, hoses, nuts and bolts and belt.
Yes, you can buy expensive kits, or you can buy it off someone who has a 1973-79 f100 with power steering who is parting the truck out, it fits the same. I kept mine manual because its not hard to steer, but I bought cab supports and a guy tried to sell me one of his 6 power steering kits for 120 bucks a piece haha
I really doubt it.
yes you can here is a link to follow it will give you step by step on how to do it and what you need http://www.ford-trucks.com/article/idx/10/081/article/Power_Assist_To_Power_Steering_Conversion_On_An_F250_4x4.html
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1973 Ford Pinto Manual are 85HP and 240 km/h respectively.
chiltons repair manual for 73 dodges at the library,
The power of the engine and the maximum speed of the 1973 Chevrolet Vega 2300 manual are 78 hp and 92 mph respectively.
go to the library and get a chiltons repair manual for your car.
At the front of the engine, to the driver's side of the harmonic balancer.
Have you thought about a $29.00 rebuild kit might take care of the problem?
power steering fluid
you need a steering wheel puller to get it off.
4,500 rpm is the power of the ford f-100 pick-up manual 1973 engine and its maximum speed is 115 miles per hour or 185 km/h.
Yes, 1973 to 1987 are mostly interchangable. Minor brake, wiring and steering component differences. Nothing a chilton or hanes manual can't you with.
convert 2nd september, 1973 in Vikram Samvata
get a chiltons repair manual from the library for 1973 dodges.
you take the bolts out put new one on connect line bolt in place sincerely mtchell
you can either remove the hose on the back of the pump and let the fluid leak out or you can suck the old fluid out with a turkey baster through the cap.
on the steering co[um shaft
You have to remove the steering wheel. You will need a steering wheel puller that is fairly cheap to buy or rent.
I have an L-82 high performance 350 ci, 250hp, 4-speed '73 vette, matching numbers. According to my owner's manual the Steering gear is factory filled and should not be drained. However, if a seal went bad or you are overhauling then refill with #1051052 Steering Gear Lubricant meeting GM 4673M. Respectfully, George E. Rohweder
Frank Power died in 1973.
Dominic Power was born in 1973.