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How do you change a power steering pump on a 1989 Ford F150 pick up truck?


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2005-11-24 01:55:31
2005-11-24 01:55:31

What engine size? 4.9 liter should be easy. Just be careful with the housing unit. When filling the fluid make sure you turn the steering wheel lock to lock.


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