The bolt that is behind the Power Steering pulley can only be removed by removing the power steering pump. you should be able to just pull of the pully with a power steering pully puller I got the pulley off but cannot figure out how to get it back on. Might be screwed. Probably best to remove the power steering pump. Recommend you remove the two mounting bolts for the power steering pump. They are located in the face of the pump and can be accessed using a 13mm or 1/2 deep socket through the access holes in the pulley. This will allow the pump to be moved out of the way to remove the last bolt from the water pump. gt Removing the power steering pump by going through the holes in the pulley was life saving info for me, and 13mm can work but 1/2" was the right deep socket size for me. It's hard to see where the bolts mount to though as they go thru the p/s pump, try and remember where it was so going back together will be easier.
You can replace the ignition lock cylinder in your 1994 Pontiac Firebird without removing the steering will. Remove the retaining ring at the top of the ignition cylinder. The ignition cylinder will slide out.
You have to replace the ignition key cylinder.
Usually you have replace the ignition key cylinder.
The ignition lock switch is found under the steering column on a 2004 Honda Civic. Remove the steering column and ignition switch. Loosen the mounting screws that hold the cylinder in place. Pull and replace the lock cylinder.
you will need to pull the steering wheel and column cover then it will be simpl to pull out cylinder and replace it.
how to change the reservoir of a power steering on breeze 1998
I have not seen a way to do it without removing the steering wheel (and airbag).
You will need a steering wheel puller and a steering lock removal tool You rent them at yourlocal auto parts store
Replace it with a Ford!
You have to remove the steering wheel, and it requires special tools.
unfortunately yes you do. j to the izzo