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How do you remove the power steering pump on a 1997 Chevy venture?

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2009-07-19 19:20:32
2009-07-19 19:20:32

Well... I can tell you what you're supposed to do. 1. Remove the serpentine belt. 2. Disconnect the two hoses to the power steering pump (very difficult). 3. Remove the three bolts to the power steering pump. Access through the holes in the pulley. You may have to use a wheel puller to take the pulley off. The engine compartment is incredible cramped. Access the the power steering pump hose coupling is very difficult. It might be necessary to remove the windshield washer tank to get enough leverage on the wrench. Good Luck

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