There is no adjustment of the pump. You can adjust belt tension, by loosing and adjusting tension with the bolts holding it in place, but that is all.
Should have a spring loaded tensioner and no adjustment is necessary unless tensioner is bad It actually has a tension pulley underneath the power steering. Use a 15mm socket to loosen/tighten the bolt right beside the power steering. That is how you adjust the tension on the belt.
The power steering is not adjustable.
drive belt slipping. adjust by taking up little slack or if worn replace belt and adjust tension correctly.
power steering,a/c, and alternator
belt tensionTo adjust the belt tension loosen the three bolts( two of them have adjusting slides) and take a pry bar and insert between the bracket and pump to tighten. bob leverette ashford, al.bull crap their is none on the power steering pump their is just a tention pulley on the opposite side of the engine but it auto tightens
kia service manual does not specify the capacity of power steering fluid. Just keep adding and then run , stop check power steering dip stick, Read if necessary.
Check the tension on the belt. A power steering pump will whine if there is too much belt tension, putting pressure on the side of the pulley.
The power steering belt on a Vectra 1.8 can be tightened by loosening the alternator bolts and using a pry bar to apply tension. The bolts can then be tightened to maintain the tension.
Power steering/Drive belt Adjustment To adjust P/S belt tension, loosen tension pulley bolts and turn tension pulley using hexagon wrench. Adjust belt tension to specification described in CHECK. Then tighten tension pulley bolts to specified torque. Tightening torque P/S belt tension pulley bolt (a): 25 Nm (2.5 kgf-m, 18.5 ft. lbs.)
The power window fuse for a Kia Sportage is located in the main fuse panel under the steering column. It is used to prevent the motor from drawing too much power or being damaged by a surge.
excessive noise even though belt tension is good, or when power steering fluid is leaking out the shaft seal.
If you mean the pulley and the shaftit is mounted on, Yes! A loose belt on the pulley doesn't necessarily mean anything but a need to adjust the belt tension.
on the power steering pump bracket on the side closest to the battery look for a 1/2" square hole (incidently use this with a 1/2'" drive socket wrench to leverage belt tension after you put on the new belt when you get there) just below this square hole is the tension bolt for the power steering belt adjustment
If the fluid level is fine, but the power steering isn't working, it's possible the pump has gone out. Another possibility is that the power steering belt is broken or slipping. It may need to be replaced or adjusted.
It depends if you want to adjust the belt that does the a/c and power steering, or the one to the alternator. The power steering goes this way. First loosen the hex screw running through the power steering pump bracket. Then loosen the bracket hex screw that attaches to the belt tensioner bolt under the power steering pump. Then, tighten the tensioner hex screw that runs through the tensioner bracket. After you finish the adjustment, tighten all hex screws. If you adjust the belt for the alternator. You must loosen the alternator bracket hex screws on both the top and botom of the alternator. This requires going under the vehicle. Then, loosen the tensioner bracket hex screw and adjust the tensioner hex screw that runs through that. When you get the propper tension, tighten all screws and you are done.
The power steering can not be adjusted on a Massey Ferguson 165 tractor. Check to make sure the hydraulic reservoir is full. This is usually the cause of most steering issues.
LOSTEN BOLTS U WILL SEE A SQUARE HOLE WILL FIT A 1/2 INCH RATSHIT (LAL} & U USE THAT 2 TENSION BELT THEN TIGHTEN BOLTS
If you're referring to the 4.0 I-6, there is an idler pulley located directly under the air conditioning compressor pulley. However, tension is adjusted through the power steering pump. You will have to loosen the two bolts behind the power steering pump, two or three bolts which attach to the power steering bracket, as well as the one under the front of the pulley. There is also another bolt under the driver's side of the power steering pump. This one actually controls the belt tension.
Pull upwards on the belt. There should be only minimal play, and the power steering pump should not make a noise due to a belt that is too lose or too tight. This is really the easiest way to judge proper tension.
I just replaced the power steering belt and alternator belt of my 1998 Mazda Protege ES and it took me quite many hours to figure it out since there is hardly sufficient space to see and reach to all the bolts. For power steering belt, from top of the engine compartment, use a 14 mm ratchet socket turning couter clockwise of the tension screw located underneath power steering pump to release the belt tension. Then, either use a 14 mm boxed wrench to loosen the pivot screw bolt or rotate the power steering pulley to align the pulley openings to the pivot screw bolt so that one can fit the 14 mm ratchet socket through the opening to loosen the pivot screw bolt. Next, one needs to remove the right front wheel, support the car with jack stand. Also remove the front wheel well plastic cover to allow reach to the tension lock bolt that holds the power steering pump tension adjustment piece. Use a 14 mm boxed wrench, turning couter clockwise to loosen it. If the power steering pump drops downward and the belt is loose, remove the belt. If not, one can use a piece of wood, holding against the power steering pump body and hit with a hammer to force the power steering pump go downward and the belt should be loose enough to be removed. To install the belt, just reverse the steps. Place the new belt over the power steering pulley, A/C compressor pulley if so equiped, and crank shaft pulley. Use a piece of wood to push the power steering pump upwards as far as one can, at the mean time, tighten the tension lock bolt with a 14 mm boxed wrench from the wheel well opening. Then, from top of the engine compartment, turn the tension adjustment screw clockwise to adjust the belt tension. Tighten the pivot screw bolt at last. Start the engine for a few minutes, check and belt tension, adjust if necessary. Hope this helps and good luck.
check power steering pump or belt tension.
Is this a single belt or a serpentine belt system, if so look for belt tension idler pulley and loose belt, or single belt then you will need to loose and release tension on the power steering pump assembly.
you have to spin the power steering pump so that the holes in the pulley will give you access to the 15mm nut that's on the inside of the pulley holes
The adjusting pulley for the power steering is found on the side of the engine under the power steering pump. Loosen the bolt that keeps it tight and the belt will have some slack to slide off the pulley.