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Are there any special tools required for the job?
The oil pan has to be remove, No special tool are needed to remove it, About 2 hours at the most,
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
PUMP R&R PROCEDURE at Bottom
Do I need to pull the power steering pump off of the 1995 surbuban 350 engine in order to replace the high pressure hose?<-You Ask.
NO Not on the 95 and If you do need or want to REMOVE the PUMP it Comes off Without the Removal of P/S Pump Pulley. Now if you are replacing the P/S Unit Yhere is A Special tool fo pull off Pulley .
Ist a Universal tool for Ford & GM just P/S Pump Pulley Removal Tool Auto Zone has en for $40.00 or rent it from them.
POWRE STEERING PUMP R&R
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
lol i just did this its a lot of work but if you want to do it you have to drain the fluids then remove the radiator and the fans then then undo the sur. belt after that you have to use a 3 way puller (inside puller) after that you take off the block cover then mark the timing belt on all 3 gears ( very criticale that the belt gets back in same spot so mark the noch of the belt and the noch of the gear both if not done right you could send a piston rod thrue your block the your car is dead) loosen the timing belt and the remove the 3 bolt to the water pump in the top middle the put the new one in and put everything back together have any ? let me know on Scoobydoousa23@gmail.com
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Very simple and no special tools. Take your time and put some rags or a oil pan underneath it and wrench away!
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Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Power Steering Line/Hose: Service and Repair
Power Steering Pressure Pipe/Hose Replacement (3.8L)
1. Place a drain pan under the vehicle.
2. Remove the accessory drive belt.
3. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
4. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
5. The power steering pressure hose is the lower hose at the power steering gear.
Remove the power steering pressure hose from the power steering gear.
6. Remove the power steering pressure hose from the power steering pump.
7. Remove the power steering pressure hose from the clamps on the power steering gear.
8. Remove the power steering pressure hose from the vehicle.
1. Install the power steering pressure hose to the vehicle.
2. Install the power steering pressure hose to the clamps on the power steering gear.
Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
3. Install the power steering pressure hose to the power steering pump.
^ Tighten the fitting to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).
4. Install the power steering pressure hose to the power steering gear.
^ Tighten the pressure hose fitting to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).
5. Install the tire and wheel assembly.
6. Remove the drain pan from under the vehicle.
7. Lower the vehicle.
8. Install the accessory drive belt.
9. Fill the power steering system with power steering fluid.
10. Bleed the power steering system.
11. Inspect the power steering system for leaks.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
you will need a socket set screwdrivers and a few wrenches and patience a large pan to catch all the radiator fluid the disperses when removing the hose connections from the heater core as well as from the block a box to hold all the nuts and bolts in so they are not lost .........reverse procedure for re-installation
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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The amount of refrigerant needed is a calculation; just adding is NOT the correct method. At a given ambient temperature, you need to achieve a pressure. Measurements are to be made at both low and high pressure sides of the system. From these readings, a calculation can be made about refrigerant quantity.
If you are opening the system, you were planning to also replace the receiver/dryer, correct? It also needs the oil in it measured and incorporated into the amount of oil (in %) that would need to be added. FAILURE to address these and other issues will guarantee premature system failure and likely compressor damage.
Take this job to a qualified shop.
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