Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
I have a bad whining sound when the car is running. One guy said it was one of the pulleys and another guy said it was the PSP. How hard is it to replace the pump and/or pulleys?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to your local auto parts retailer and buy or rent a power steering pulley puller. They usually run about $39 to do either, but since you probably will not use it much, why add another dusty tool to your box? If you rent it, the $39 is usually just a fully refundable security deposit, so you basically get to use it for free. Most of the pullers usually consist of a two section fixture that slips over the hub of the pulley, then a nut and a long shaft bolt are threaded through, and a sleeve goes over the assembly. You then turn the nut to back off the pulley. The kit should also include the installation tool, which consists of a bolt that you thread into the shaft of the pump and a nut and washer that you turn to slowly press the pulley on to the shaft. It is easier to do this job with the pump out of the car, with the pump clamped on your bench, but can be done with the pump on the car. Just be prepared to lose some skin and blood if you are not wearing gloves. The pulley is made of phenolic resin, formerly known as bakelite, and will break or chip easily, so be careful. Although the temptation will be strong to whack it with a hammer, don't give in. You can easily damage the new pulley and the pump itself.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
you may not always have to replace sensors, but you will have to change the airbag module (usually under front seat, sometimes in middle of dash) To remove the passenger airbag you have to take out the dash.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Take an look behind you front wheels,turn in your wheel,and turn off the car,there rubber boots that cover your CV joints,if they are crack,you will see grease/oil.when the cv joints go bad thats the sound your hearing.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
you can look under the carpet above the tank,but most newer vehicles you just remove the fuel tank,usuall two bolts that hold the straps,you will need special tool for high pressure fuel line connections,about 10 or 15 bucks at your local parts store,make sure you get the one for your make of vehicle,hope this helps,aloha from maui todd0708
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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