Question about 1994 Ford Thunderbird
I have been dissembling my thunderbird because I thought I had an busted intake manifold gasket. Once I was able to get the intake off I found that my gaskets were fine. Now, I'm in the process of pulling the heads off to check the head gaskets. I am stuck right now because I can't get the timing chain cover off. I believe the power steering pump is bolted onto the cover and that is why I can't finish getting it off. However, when I look there is no real easy way to remove the power steering pump. Do I have to take the power steering pump off to remove the timing chain cover? If so, how?
Have you removed the PS pump pulley? You need to do that to get it off.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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