On the internet? Not very likely. Go to a library as they will a lot of times have books with diagrams and how-to's.
remove drive shaft. remove large nut on pinion . using a puller, remove yoke from pinion.remove pinion seal. install new pinion seal.replace yoke. install NEW pinion nut,to correct torque specs. reinstall drive shaft.PS now is a good time to replace U-joints while u have drive shaft out
Usually, the engine flywheel. A solenoid in the starter moves the starter pinion shaft forward (or backward depending on how it is mounted to the engine) to engage the outside edge of the flywheel (which has teeth to match the pinion gear).
Speaking of destruction we say wrack and ruin. Speaking of steering we say rack and pinion.
ALL RUBBER COMPONENTS (HOSES/BELTS) SHOULD BE REPLACE RIGHT ABOUT EVERY TWO(2) years.now your rack and pinion should only be replace if is going bad or if is already bad. For example once the inner bushings on your tie rods brakes or crack, the entire unit needs to be replaced. if the rack is leaking it needs to be replace Even if there is NO noticeable changes in your steering of the vehicle. This is done for SAFETY REASONS.
Estimate around $400
When fixing the rack and pinion in a car, it important to have a diagram. The diagram for this can be found in the cars maintenance manual.
Rack and Pinion with power assist.
When changing parts on a car it is important to have a diagram of the part. A person can find the diagram of a rack and pinion for an 1989 Dodge Omni is its maintenance manual.
go buy a chilton manual
A diagram of the rack and pinion for a Dodge vehicle would be available from the manufacturer. Alternatively, many repair manuals contained detailed diagrams of the power steering system.
Chances are real good you will take out your pinion bearing, pinion gear, carrier bearings, and ring gear in really short time.
time to replace the pump and rack and pinion sector
Replace the pump before the serpentine belt and rack and pinion are damaged.
this is an extensive job best suited for a professional mechanic to handle. if you really want to attempt this, you need to purchase a repair manual.
There is no specific pinion nut torque. The pinion nut has to be tightened until the proper pinion preload is established. Pinion preload is what matters
Estimate around $400. For a 2005 Impala with a new rack and pinion set and some of the old parts it came up to about $700, but that was cheaper than another price that was quoted.