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Replaced power steering pump on 1989 bronco 5.0 liter

New pump wines and steering is still hard

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Sounds like air in the system. jack up front of bronco so both wheels are off the ground start up and turn steering wheel back and forth untill all the air comes out, and add fluid as needed. when air is gone winning will go away. be patent it may take a while.

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