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Need a power steering pump on my 89, F250, IDI and there are two different pumps for that year. How do I tell which one is for me with out ripping out my og. pump for a side by side?

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SOURCE: 98 F.Windstar replace power steering pump but still hard to steer

rack and-or pinion... Good thing the 98 is a very good and popular windstar, its not as bad as it sounds.

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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SOURCE: hi,i have an 92 f250 7.3 diesel idi 4x4 with a

yes they will i think all the way up until 97 they are the same could even be more year than that! but if you have a 94 you should have no issues putting it in the 92! good luck man and if you have any more question please ask...

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 92 f250 7.3 diesel idi, that i replaced

try loosening the injector lines a little then crank it.it probably has air in the lines and wont blow through the injectors,once fuel comes out while cranking,tighten them,if this is the problem it should start but run rough untill the lines are tight,it shouldnt hurt much to get a little fuel on the engine

Posted on Oct 24, 2009

Testimonial: "thank u for the info, i have tried that and pulled off the return line at the IP to see if the diaphram went bad but it hasn`t it had nice clean fuel."

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SOURCE: I have a 89 f250..... stalling??

did you try your fuel filter , as for the white smoke that could be a number of things does it smell ,does the truck over heat?

Posted on Mar 18, 2010

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SOURCE: power steering pump return hose from steering box

1999 F250 diesel. POwer steering fluid "pours" out of the trk when the steering wheel is turned. Does not leak when at rest, fluid coming out between the steering box and frame....is the a hose inbetween there or is it a possible cracked box (bolts are tight on frame)

Posted on Jan 10, 2011

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Check for a broken belt first, check the oil in the pump, look for leakage under the truck.

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I changed powersteering cooler on a 2000 f250. lost alot of the fluid. it seems like air got in the abs system. The abs light is on and when you push on the pedal, you can here the powersteering making...


Hello hummelsautob.
Changing the power steering cooler can't allow air into the brake system. Two different fluid systems.
Your F250 has it's brake assist powered by the power steering pump.
Instead of using a vacuum assist it uses the hydraulic power from the pump.
When refilling your pump you have gotten air mixed in with the fluid. This turns it into a consistency something like whipped cream.
When in this state it isn't effective. Let it sit for a couple hours and let the air bubble out of the fluid. Recheck your level after this as it will drop.
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Just a note on adding fluid to an empty power steering pump.
Add fluid to the reservoir but not to the top, turn the steering wheel back and forth slowly with the engine off. This will keep the fluid from foaming.

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