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Old 08-23-2009, 12:44 PM   #1
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9-5 4cyl power steering pump

So the PS pump on the Aero is making noise. What do I have to do in order to get to it? Any write ups? I cant seem to find anything

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It's the pump on the top behind the passenger headlight. Very easy pump to change out.

1. Remove belt
2. Remove air intake tract
3. Remove eye lift hook off of power steering pump bracket.
4. Unbolt power steering lines to PS pump
5. Remove 3 bolts. One on the driver side of the pump and two that you remove by rotating the pulley to go through the open slots, one is on top the other directly below. All 3 should be 13mm.

One of the easiest parts to change as long as the locking collar nut comes loose on one of the power steering lines at the pump.



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RobGrover has one on the partout car too, I know, I removed most of the bolts to remove the unit. lol
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It's the pump on the top behind the passenger headlight. Very easy pump to change out.

1. Remove belt
2. Remove air intake tract
3. Remove eye lift hook off of power steering pump bracket.
4. Unbolt power steering lines to PS pump
5. Remove 3 bolts. One on the driver side of the pump and two that you remove by rotating the pulley to go through the open slots, one is on top the other directly below. All 3 should be 13mm.

One of the easiest parts to change as long as the locking collar nut comes loose on one of the power steering lines at the pump.
thanks! that's perfect
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RobGrover has one on the partout car too, I know, I removed most of the bolts to remove the unit. lol
Is it still available? good condition?
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You will also need to support the engine from below and remove the upper engine mount. It will make removal/installation alot easier.
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will do, thanks!
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yeah man, he still has the pump, I'll talk to him about a price
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dont need to remove upper engine mount , it allready very easy. Need to take head ligth out to get to the hoses.
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dont need to remove upper engine mount , it allready very easy. Need to take head ligth out to get to the hoses.
The five minutes it takes to remove the mount is better then spending fifteen trying to fudge around with getting the belt back on.....

i would recommend removal, but hey what do i know......
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Thanks for all the help guys
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mount removal is easy enough anyways. btw, I won't have tools with me when I come to help
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