The power steering pump is located just above the alternator on the drivers side of the car. An easy way to locate it on a 1991 Honda Accord is to first locate the dipstick for your oil, then directly next to it is a pulley, this pully is mounted on youyr power steering pump, and is your power steering pump pulley.
clockwise it is reverse threads
The power steering pump belt is located on the drivers side of the car. It runs parralell to the alternator / a/c belt, right above it. There is a pulley just above your alternator, the belt on this pulley is your power steering pump belt.
If you don't have dry rot in your power steering lines, it does.
As far as I know, the belt is used only for the power steering.
streering is hard
It cost me $170 for parts (2004 Honda Accord EX) + $110 labor.
Changing a power steering belt on a 1998 Honda Civic requires loosening the adjustment pulley. Locate and loosen the pulley to create enough slack so the belt can slide off. Install the replacement.
Power steering pulley puller Snapon?
Honda have there own power streering fluid. Just go into any part store and ask if it does not say Honda don't use it
you have a bad power steering pump get a new one
The adjusting pulley for the power steering is found on the side of the engine under the power steering pump. Loosen the bolt that keeps it tight and the belt will have some slack to slide off the pulley.
Power steering usually powered by that pulley.
That requires the use of a power steering pulley PULLER. ( A special tool ) The pulley is pressed on.
Noise may be heard in a power steering line when the power steering fluid is low. Low power steering fluid may occur due to a leaking power steering pump in most cases. If the pump is not leaking, then the fluid needs to be added.
check to see is power steering pump is locked-up.
It depends on whether you are measuring in liters or pints.
how to remove a power steering pulley on a 1997 Nissan altima
In order to fix a power steering hose in an 1989 Honda Accord you'll need to locate the hose, drain a pan under the pressure, unbolt the broken hose using a flare nut wrench and install new hose.
This requires a power steering pulley puller. This puller is designed to remove and install a power steering pulley without damage to the pulley and or pump. Attempting to do this without the puller will result in damaging the pulley or the pump or both.
check power steering oil. if the oil is dirty and burnt ,yaes it needs flush otherwise no power steering does not need flushing unless there is a problem