305 5.0 liter
The power steering is a separate system to the engine. The power steering system consists of a pump, bolted to the engine. A steering box, bolted to the vehicals frame and two hoses carrying fluid back and forth between the two. There is no power steering hose "in" the engine.
possibly never, i have replaced a few for noises,most of the time the drivers have let them run dry and damages the pump but usually it is rare to replace a power steering pump,espacially on kia's. Chevy vans with 305 or 350 engines alot!
A/C Belt Power steering belt. Alternator belt Air pump belt.
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any gas from pump available to public
The computer grounds the fuel pump relay which in turn sends power to the fuel pump.
first take the fan clutch off by loosening the four nuts on the fan. Remove the fan pulley. You should be able to loosen the power steering pump bracket enough to get the right hand side of the pump out. Once the p.s. bracket is wiggled out of the way, it's four bolts and off she comes.
i had a similar problem on a 1990 Chevy 305 with a SERPENTINE BELT. I had replaced my power steering pump, when all was said and done it threw the belt off twice. the pwr steering pulley was mounted correctly THE SHAFT WAS WALKING OUT from the pump enough to cause a loud squeal then there goes the belt. I had a defective pump. i know C.I. is way smaller then mine but i hope this helps
There is a cap that turns about 1/4 turn to be removed on top of the P/S reservoir, which is attached to the P/S pump. Take it off and add fluid until it reaches the mark on the stick, which is part of the lid.
its in the steering column its in the steering column
For a 305 with a 4brl carb. it would be about 145 hp. For a 305 tbi it produces 215hp from factory. No, a 305 TBI is rated at 185 HP stock.
intake manifold is DIFFERENT for models 1985 and 1988
Yes it will, as long as you are swaping from a 305 to a 305.
The 1985 Buick Regal did not offer the 305 V8 as an option that year.
there isn't one, the 305 high output is a carbureted engine and it has a mechanical fuel pump, no electricals involved, i know this cuz i own an 84 z28 H.O., the TPI, and multi port v6's engines had electronic fuel injection
To check the power steering fluid on your 1991 Caprice remove the cap on the power steering pump fluid reservoir and check the level on the fluid level indicator. If the fluid is warm(about 170 degrees)the fluid level should be at the "Full Hot" mark. If the fluid is cool(about 70 degrees) the fluid level should be at the "Full Cold" mark.Always use the correct power steering fluid to avoid damage to the hoses and seals which will result in fluid leaks. It should be noted that the reservoir (pardon my spelling) is located under the alternator (On my '91 with the 305, that is) - So you can't do it while the car is running.....Kenny
The cap should have a dipstick attached to it with lines on it for hot & cold levels
Chevy made the 305, Oldsmobile made a 307v8 that was in the 1985 toronado. dextron fluid is what you want and if you have a leak it is probably pan gasket or maybe front pump seal on tranny-my front punp seal started leaking on my 1983 toronado at 300,000 miles with a 307
Tight to the point where if you push on it it feels hard to push down but you can get maybe a 1/16 inch of deflection. the belt will squeal if it's too loose and you may have to readjust after a couple of days as new belts tend to stretch.
Unless the motor has been modified the reservoir will be on the drivers (left) side of the engine compartment. It is attached to the front of the motor, behind the pump which has a pulley with a belt. The pump/reservoir assembly. are generally serviced as a unit. The pump assembly is roughly the size of a quart of oil. If you plan to service the pump/reservoir assembly keep in mind that you will need a few special tools. One is a pulley puller/installer that you can rent at your local parts store. The other are line wrenches.