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How do you change the power steering pump on a Honda Civic?


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2011-09-13 00:25:00
2011-09-13 00:25:00

it depends on the year.

however, on a 2000 Honda civic there are two bolts that you need to loosen on the left side of the power steering pump. they are attached to the bracket that holds the power steering in place.

just loosen those two bolts and the power steering pump should be able to slide up/down.

slide the pump enough that it creates enough slack on the belt. then remove the belt

that's all there is to it

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