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G6 3.9L replace power steering hose

Low pressure hose it is so long do i need know of any tricks on how it wil go back in this a GTP

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: My power steering pressure hose has a leak.

i pERSONALY WOULD REPLACE IT MYSELF EVEN WITHOUT MY 30yrs Of Experience in this Field. I have Enclosed Instructions for you to use. PLEASE dont Forget to RATE me As MOST folks DONT remember to that is how WE Get our Ratings such as GURU THANK YOU and Good Luck On The Job, Dont PAY a dime If YOU CAN > D I Y

REMOVAL PROCEDURE

  1. Remove the power steering pressure hose (2) from the power steering pump (1).
  2. Raise the vehicle on a hoist. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
  3. Remove the front exhaust pipe, automatic transmission only. Refer to Intermediate Pipe Replacement in Exhaust System
  4. Remove the power steering pressure hose (1) from the power steering gear (3).
  5. Remove the power steering hose retainer (2).
  6. Remove the power steering pressure hose (1) from the vehicle
    1. Install the power steering pressure hose (1) to the vehicle
    2. Install the power steering hose retainers (2). NOTICE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
    3. Install the power steering pressure hose (1) to the power steering gear (3). Tighten the fitting to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).
    4. Install the front exhaust pipe, if removed. Refer to Intermediate Pipe Replacement in Exhaust System.
    5. Lower the vehicle.
      1. Install the power steering pressure hose (2) to the power steering pump (1). Tighten the fitting to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).
      2. Bleed the power steering system. Refer to Bleeding Power Steering System in Service and Repair of Steering.

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 2006 Pontiac G6-GTP How do I adjust the headlights.

to raise you headlights there is a small brass allen screw located above each headlight under the hood. to raise your headlights turn clockwise until they reach the desired level.

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SOURCE: 1998 pontiac transport montana power steering return hose

if it's the return hose, you can just cut out the bad part and replace it with rubber hose and clamps.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: 1997 pontiac grand prix gtp power steering

I had this exact car and I had all the same problems your talking about, The pump although I can't tell you for sure is on the left side of the engine as your looking at it. If it is whining it is because it is low on fluid, also when topping it off fill it to the full mark while it is running. If it is foamy turn the steering wheel all the way left and all the right a few time to help get rid of the air. You may have to let it sit a while to let the bubble escape, check and do this again, it could be a bad pump also. The overheating problem I had with mine was a bad temp sensor for the computer. It has two temp guages and the computer uses on to activate the fan as needed. I also had another problem with mine, on the front of the intake is a small plastic elbow for a heater hose and this goes bad. Had to replace mine. Wasn't hard, and the part was cheap. Hope this helps you!

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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If the high pressure hose going to the power steering pump is leaking and needs replaced. You will need two wrenches to do the job. One to hold the backing nut and one to turn out the fittings. This is a pretty simple job, although space is usually tight, especially where it attaches to the pump. The fittings are usually stubborn to remove, so I cut the line so that I could get a socket on the fitting nuts and got them broken loose much easier. Hope this helps and good luck.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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First Pull a Spark Plug and then reconnect it or you can get an extra spark plug and see if you have SPARK.

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