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P/S PUMP, R&R All Models 2.4L 1996 - 2000 1.7 hours 3.0L 1996 - 2000 1.7 hours 3.3L, 3.8L 1996 - 2006 2.5 hours
This is the time for a expereniced tech, with the right tools, working with no breaks and no rusty or broken bolts. Hope this helps.

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it is best to remove the pwr st. pump and vaccum pump assy as a unit which is held to the front cover w/2 15mm head bolt and a support bracket on the bottom bolt next to the block @ the pwr st pump. and disconnect all lines. get the seal kit and replace them @ this time. if you don't and just replace the pump you will probably develop an oil leak where the shaft meshes w/ the adapter. 

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