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Old 03-05-2012, 06:56 PM   #1
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Power steering pump issues

my buddy has a 92 with the tbi 305 setup, he recently went with a 350 build for his new setup. long story short they pulled the pully off the powersteering pump for god knows why and I thought those where not removable? I dont remember but my 3rd gen I R2 the pump and it had the pully on the new one. anyone have a blow up link for this?
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You have to pull the pulley off to remove the bracket from the engine

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Old 03-06-2012, 03:19 PM   #3
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Re: Power steering pump issues

so he should be able to just press it on right? He said it just slid on. I didnt think there was a key or nut. My first thought was just press it back on.
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It's a press fit, a special puller is used to remove it, and the end of the shaft is threaded on the inside to thread in an installer,a bolt, nuts and some washers can be used in a pinch, but its tight , so its a good amount of work

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Re: Power steering pump issues

Looked it up on chiltons.
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