I am in the process of replacing all the drivebelts on my 1991 Toyota 4x4 pickup 3.0 liter with AC & PS. In order to remove the belts, I had to first remove the radiator hose which effectively blocks easy removal of the fan and fan shroud. Then I had to remove the fan and fan shroud. Fortunately, the Power Steering belt is the first (front of vehicle) in the series of three drivebelts (power steering, AC, & water pump/alternator), so you won't have to remove any of the others to get to it. I didn't have to remove the belt, since it did the job for me (which is why I am doing this in the first place). But I did clean up the gunk on the pulleys a bit. So now, I just have to put the new belt on, and replace the fan, fan shroud, and radiator hose. We'll see how that goes. -mudmaid
How do you replace the power steering pump for a 1987 Toyota Supra?
how do i replace a power steering pump in a 1990 toyota camry?
how do replace a power steering hose on a Chevy c-1500 pickup truck
94 toyota camry
Yes you can install power steering. I have installed it in my 84 pickup. You will need the power steering box and the gear box with hoses. I pulled them off a pickup at a wrecking yard, which is best, since everything is already there and you can see how it is setup.
The best place to find a diagram of hoses for a 1992 Toyota pickup power steering is in the owner's manual. Most auto part stores will also have a diagram of the hose.
have the clock spring checked turn steering while pushing horn
In replacing the power steering pump on a 1993 Toyota Camry wagon with V6 engine, make sure to replace the steering pressure hose and clamp also. The leaks on both the hose and the clamp are the cause of the broken power steering pump.
every 30k miles
On a 1995 Toyota Corolla ( yes ) it had power steering
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