Question about 1998 Chevrolet Malibu
May want to remove the ignition coilpack for more access to the nut on the rack, thats the hardest part of the job, then remove the hose retainig clip on back of the alternater and remove the steering pump bolts thru the pulley to lift it up so youll have clearance, but the fuel injection check port usually gets in the way so try carefully prying
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1. Remove serpentine belt
2. loosen power steering pressure and return hoses
3. Remove nut from pressure line mounting on alternator bracket
4. remove power steering pump mounting bolts.
5. Lift pump assembly from engine mounting and remove hoses.
6. Reverse order to install. Fill and bleed system.
NOTE: A new or rebuilt power steering pump will most likely not come with a pulley attached. You will need a power steering pulley remover/installer tool to transfer the pully from the old pump to the new one.
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