Question about Mitsubishi Galant
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 Galant Power Steering?
is the fluid circulating well , you could see it through the power steering fuel level after removing the rod , if not then you got proplems with the pump ,if the fluid is circulating the the rack and union pistons may have ruined
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: power steering pump
The pump has to be removed from under the vehicle by removing the exhaust system from the flex bracket and moving it to as far left of the vehicle as possible..remember you have to remove the splash shield that protects the engine components first...then remove all associated bolts,hoses (plug them so they won't drip) and remove the pump from the vehicle..that it.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
to bleed the system fill the fuel filter then crack the inlet fule line turn over untill you get fuel then tightnline and start
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
A power steering dosent need bleeding. If you replaced it a week ago and was fine until now then it's not an air problem. Power steering fluid is pumped through the system even when the steering is not being used. Definatly not an airlock problem. Cheer's
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
For step by step instruction, you best pick up the auto repair guide.
Steering pumps, in general, are not very difficult to replace. Pay careful attention to how you take it apart. Use a camera to help you remember how things go.
You will need to remove the drive belt...it rotates all the accessory pulleys, including the steering pump.
The pump should only have two or three bolts holding it on. Make sure you have a hose clamp, or something clean, to catch the steering fluid when you remove the hose.
Make sure not to over or under tighten the hose clamps when reinstalling it. Start snug...then check for leaks, and tighten if needed.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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