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Would like to replace the power sterring fluid pump and reservoir of Jeep 197 grand Cheroky. Needs pictures, tools, and steps. Thanks

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If you don't have a power steering pulley puller, you won't be able to do it your self. That is the only special tool you would need.

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Jeep grand Cherokee does the power steering cap

Open the hood of your Jeep Grand Cherokee. Locate the power steering pump and reservoir on the front driver's side of the engine.
Wipe the cap and area around it with a clean rag or paper towel. This will keep dirt out of the system, when you open the cap, as well as keeping some of the dirt and grease off your hands.
Remove the cover from the power steering reservoir by turning it counterclockwise. Lift straight up on the cover to lift the cover and dip stick out of the reservoir.
Note the fluid level on the dip stick. There are several marks indicating "Add" as well as a mark for "Full." If the level is at or below the "Add" mark, you will need to add a small amount of fluid to the system.
Replace the cap onto the reservoir and turn it clockwise to tighten it. Close the hood of the Jeep, making sure it is latched securely.
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Power steering reservoir has small foam like bubbles when engine is turned on

no history, why did you add fluid? ( it dont just go away. by self)
did you use the wrong fluid, Jeeps use very special fluid
if you use the wrong fluid or mix them (10x worse that) it will fail.
call jeep and ask them what is the correct fluid.
i once did it wrong (thanks to NAPA lies) and used the wrong fluid,
at he time there was no after market fluid for jeeps.
i had to go to jeep. and buy it.
1st hit on a real jeep forum
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Can i replace the power steering reservoir in my 1993 grand cherokee?

Hi Riley:
Nice car, I have the same '93 5.2L V8, according with the Jeep Repair Manual for 1993 at 1998, check this procedure to RESERVOIR REPLACEMENT - REMOVAL
(1) Remove power steering pump. Refer to Pump Replacement in this section.
(2) Clean exterior of pump with solvent.
(3) Clamp the pump body in a soft jaw vice.
(4) Pry up tab and slide the retaining clip off (Fig. 7).
(5) Remove fluid reservoir from pump body. Remove and discard O-ring seal (Fig. 8).



(1) Lubricate new O-ring Seal with Mopar Power Steering Fluid or equivalent.
(2) Install O-ring seal in housing.
(3) Install reservoir onto housing.
(4) Slide and tap in reservoir retainer clips until tab locks to housing.
(5) Install power steering pump. Refer to Pump Replacement in this section.

If you need other additional details or some specific section from the Repair Manual, feel free to contact us in the previous links.

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How to replace the power steering pump in a jeep grand cherokee 4.7 1999

Pretty simple unbolt and bolt back on operation. One thing though is most rebuilt pumps come with no pulley and you will need a machine shop to transfer yours to the new one. A special tool is necessary to do that so don't attempt it without the tool. If you haven't ever done this work, get a manual such as haynes or will not only help you there but in the future too.
After it's installed, fill the reservoir with power steering fluid and gently turn the steering wheel all the way in one direction (running) and then all the way in the other direction. Re-fill the reservoir and do the same again 'till the air in the system has been purged. Some fluid foaming and slight noise is normal but should disappear after a half hour or so.

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