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You don't want to rebuild the pump. Get one for around $45. Yeah you may have saved $20 by getting the seal kit. But if the fiberglass vanes inside are worn, you just wasted your money. It will do the same thing, whine or hard steering.
hope it helps I suspect that you have a starting problem usually there is 2 little wires Inside column steering connect to cyllinder key are cut
you can test it at the end of steering column 2 very little yellow wire ...put key in ignition cylinder and with ohm meter take resistor value if none wire is open circuit.
r u needing the belt diagram for the power steering,alternator,etc etc...? if so email me at(DarkOctober1@yahoo.com) and i can send u a pic of the diagram i have. i have a 1994 plymouth voyager 3.3l just so u know.
you should be able to rent the tool from an advanced auto or a autozone, you leave a deposit that you will get back when you are done with the tool. it ends up to be free when you return it. a service they offer for there customers.
If you are any kind of car savy then you can do this yourself. Go to your local parts store and buy the stabalizer link kits. The stabalizer links are located behind the tires and bolt to the struts at the top and the stabalizer bar on the bottom. You don't need any special tools for this project and the stabalizer bars will cost you anywhere from 30-65 dollars a piece.