I Just Changed Mine. First you need to take the belts off and remove the Power Steering lines. There is a bolt behind the pump that is hard to get at to loosen the belt. Then find the brackets and blots that hold the pump on and take them off.When everything is unbolted it should come off. Put everything back the way it come off. It really shouldn't be more then 3-4 bolts if I remember correctly. To retighten the belt I use a tire wrench and get on the side of the pump and pry up using the motor as a brace. Careful not to puncture the pump. There may be an easier way but this works. It's alot easier if there is 2 people to do this so you get the belt tightend correctly.BoltsThere are two bolts that hold it on behind the pulley. One is located at approximatetly the 1 oclock position and the other at 6. You can access them through the access ports in the power steering pump pulley.
use dextron II or power steering fluid, this age of car was not picky
how to remove powersteering pump
There's a cap on the top of the power steering unit, remove it and put it in there, it might even have a little dip stick.
It's part of the reservoir cap
power steering fluid or ATF III
WOULD NEED TO KNOW YEAR TO BE MORE PRECISE, BUT MANY HAVE ELECTRIC STEERING GEARS. WHICH ELIMINATE THE NEED FOR A HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR. HOPE THIS HELPS.
how to replace the power steering hose on a 2001 oldsmobile aurora 3.5 liter engine
Remove the power steering hose. Remove the power steering belt. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new power steering pump on your 1985 Oldsmobile Cutlass.
were is the power steering pressure switch on a 1988 oldsmobile cutlass 2.8 engine
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On a 1997 Oldsmobile 88 LS the power steering reservoir is on the firewall side of the engine. It is near the passenger side of the engine compartment.
Your power steering pump is likely defective.