Question about 2002 Ford Escape
Take a picture of it before you take it apart so you know where everything goes.
1.Take belt off
2. Unbolt any bracket that the power steering pump is bolted too.( only if you have to unbolt a bracket)
3. Disconnect lines from steering pump
4. After replacing power steering pump fill with Auto. trans fluid.
5. After filling start car and turn wheel left and right a few times this will get the air out of the system and recheck fluid level.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
How do I replace the Power Steering Pump on a 4wd Ford Escape with 3.0 Dohc V6 engine.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is directly under the upper engine mount on the passenger side. simply block up the engine from underneath and remove the upper engine mount (5 - 18mm bolts)
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
well first you go to salvage yard and hope they have 1 arround
unless you get luckey and it is the return hose that is low presure and can be fixed with a couple of hose clamps and a small piece of pipe
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
SOURCE: 2002 ford escape tie rod squeaks
My outer tie rod did the same thing when just out of warranty. I could tell it was "bad" by putting my hand on the tie rod while someone else turned the steering a little and I could easily feel the vibration.
Check the other side to feel the difference. Tie rods don't cost that much, if you can replace it yourself, and take a chance on foregoing the wheel alignment. Maybe a $150? job at the shop.
In my case, a tie rod was not readily available. I verified that it was a good joint; no shake or rattle. Then I squirted a little WD40 inside the boot, and put it back together. 70,000 miles later, the new tie rod is still on my shelf waiting for the squeak to return.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2003 Ford
It might be the rack and pinion kit (seals)
I had this problem 2 months ago... replaced the powersteering pump 3 times until I convinced the mechanics to look at the rack and pinion. there they found the leak, especially when I turned the wheel.. They first kept telling me there was air in the lines and it would go away. but that never happened.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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