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How do you remove power steering pump on a 95 Chevy silverado?

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2015-07-15 18:54:50
2015-07-15 18:54:50

alright, first disconnect the negative battery cable, we don't want uncle Bob trying to start your truck with you under the hood and you don't want to get hit by anything that has a charge runnung through it. Second, remove the serpentine belt, This is done by putting a 1/2 inch wrench of the back side of the tension pulley and removing the tension. third, you're going to have to borrow, buy, or steal a pulley puller to remove the pulley on the poower steering pump. Then there are the hydraulic lines... the low pressure side can be removed with flat head screwdriver. the the high pressure side is a pain to remove so have fun. IF you can afford it, it's good practice to replace the lines anyway. You may end up bending then anyway. Next remove the bolts that hold the pump in the bracket. There are three and they are 1/2", Reverse the process if you want to put one back in.

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