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How do i change the Power steering belt on rover 214?

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2008-06-07 17:36:37
2008-06-07 17:36:37

To change a power steering belt on a Rover 214, unbolt the power steering pump and pry the belt off the pulley. Replace with another steering belt and reinstall the steering pump.

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The year, make, model and engine info would help.

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