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How do you replace the power steering pump on a Toyota?


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2006-10-07 11:50:06
2006-10-07 11:50:06

To remove the pump you may notice a hole bored in the pully itself. The bolts are behind the pulley so you use a socket and ratchet thru this hole to remove the trapped fasteners (3 or 4). Remove the belt first. The first thing you will need is a power steering pulley removal/installation kit. The pump you will get from the store will be without a pulley and possibly without a reservior. You may also see two white plastic washers in a small glasine bag. These will need to be soaked in water and gently stretched to fit over the threaded end of the high pressure power steering line, 1 per line. The reservior may have a rubber o-ring and a small bolt replace any orings. Assemble your pump on the bench, stripping the pulley and reservior off the old pump and install on the new pump. Save the old pump you may get money back at the store for it. Any autozone will have a pwr steer pump pulley removal kit.


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