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Replace honda pilot power steering pump - 2003 Honda Pilot

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there is an adjustment bolt on the back side of the idler pulley . you just loosen up the nut on the front of the pulley , then turn the 12 mm bolt under the pump on the back side of the pulley.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

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Hey, here's the procedure, disable air bag, if equipped w/ one, disconnect the pump return hose from the reservoir and place the end in a large container. Plug the port in the reservoir. Start the engine and turn the steering wheel lock to lock several times, until fluid stops running from the hose. Turn off engine immediately. Re-attach hose. Disconnect the inlet and outlet hoses at the pump. Remove the drive belt. Remove the mounting bolts/nuts and remove pump.
Install in reverse order. Adjust belt tension,fill ps reservoir and bleed any air from the system (to bleed air from system, fill reservoir, start engine and allow to idle, turn wheel from side to side all the way several times. Shut off, fill if necessary.
. Tighten bolts to : Thru bolt 30 ft lbs., mounting nut 16 ft lbs.

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

philschneide
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SOURCE: attempting to replace power steering pump.

Why are you trying to remove the flywheel? Do you mean the pump pulley? If you loosen the mounting bolt and the adjuster bolt of the pump, it will move so that you can remove the belt. The procedure for removing the pump is as follows:
Clamp the power steering feed hose shut so fluid loss will be minimized when the hose is disconnected.
Disconnect the feed hose and pressure line at the pump. Note the difference between the pressure and the feed hoses; the feed hose is held to the pump with a spring type clamp, and the pressure line has two bolts holding it to the pump body. Cap of plug the line and hose to prevent leakage or contamination.
Note the drive belt tension (you will have to return the belt to your estimate of that tension when you replace the pump).
Remove the pump mounting bolt and adjuster bolt. Remove the pump.
Installation is reverse of removal. Install a new o-ring on the end of the pressure line. Make sure to adjust the drivebelt tension (lever it back to where you estimate it way). Check the power steering fluid level and add some, if necessary, then bleed the power steering system (while the car is running turn the wheels all the way to the right and to the left four or five times).
Hope this is helpful.

Posted on Dec 06, 2009

theautoguy
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Here is a good link. Check out the video. Changing the pump is a pretty simple task, especially if you bought the pump with a new pulley. If you only have the pump you will need a pulley removal/installation tool. Check your belts to see if they need replacing because now would be a good time to do it since they have to come off to take off the power steering pump.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WPLowC6aZo

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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SOURCE: power steering troubleshooting on 2001 honda

the rack and pinion could be worn out

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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How do I replace the power steering pump?


Hi Brian:
Check this REMOVAL and INSTALLATION procedure... (see Figures 2, 3 and 4)
  1. Position a fluid catch pan under the power steering pump.
  2. Disconnect the feed and return hoses from the power steering pump, then drain the excess fluid into the catch pan.
On models equipped with a remote fluid reservoir, disconnect and plug the hose(s) in order to prevent system contamination or excessive fluid loss.
  1. Remove the drive belt from the pulley.
  2. Install a puller tool such as J-25034, or equivalent onto the power steering pump pulley. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut counterclockwise in order to press the drive pulley from the pump.
When installing the puller tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.
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Fig. 2: Installing the pilot bolt

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Fig. 3: Removing the power steering pump pulley



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Fig. 4: Installing the power steering pump pulley

  1. On most models, it may be necessary to unplug the electrical connection from the A/C compressor, unfasten the compressor mounting bolts and set the compressor to one side without disconnecting the lines.
  2. If equipped, unfasten the power steering filler tube bolt and remove the filler tube.
  3. Remove the rear brace retainers and the brace.
  4. Remove the power steering pump-to-bracket bolts and then remove the pump from the vehicle.
To install:
  1. Position the pump to the vehicle and secure using the front retaining bolts to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm) 2.2L engines. (50 Nm). On 4.3L engines tighten the bolts to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).
  2. If equipped, install the rear brace and tighten the retainers to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm) on 1994-98 2.2L engines. On 1999 2.2L engines, tighten the brace retainers to 37 ft. lbs. On 1994 4.3L models tighten the retainers to 24 ft. lbs. (33 Nm). On 1995-99 4.3L models, tighten the retainers to 31 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
  3. If removed, install the A/C compressor.
  4. If removed, install the filler tube and its retainer. Tighten the retainer to 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).
  5. Use a pulley installer such as J-25033 or equivalent to press the drive pulley onto the power steering pump. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut clockwise in order to press the drive pulley onto the pump. Check that the pulley is flush within 0.010 in. (0.25mm) of the shaft end.
When positioning the installer tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.
  1. Properly install the drive belt and, if applicable, adjust the tension.
Be sure to secure any hoses which may get in the way or rub other components.
  1. Remove the caps, then connect the feed and return hoses to the pump.
  2. Properly refill and bleed the power steering system.
  3. Test drive the vehicle.

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Repair power steering for 1994 Chevy S10 Blazer V-6, pump and houses.


Power Steering Pump Removal & Installation 2.2L Engine To Remove:
  1. Remove the upper cooling fan shroud.
  2. Position a fluid catch pan under the power steering pump.
  3. Disconnect the feed and return hoses from the power steering pump, then drain the excess fluid into the catch pan. NOTE: On models equipped with a remote fluid reservoir, disconnect and plug the hose(s) in order to prevent system contamination or excessive fluid loss.
  4. Remove the drive belt from the pulley.
  5. Install a puller tool such as J-25034, or equivalent onto the power steering pump pulley. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut counterclockwise in order to press the drive pulley from the pump. NOTE: When installing the puller tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.
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    Removing the power steering pump pulley 85388113.gif

    Installing the power steering pump pulley 85388114.gif

  6. Unplug the electrical connection from the A/C compressor, unfasten the compressor mounting bolts and set the compressor to one side without disconnecting the lines.
  7. Remove the front mounting bolts and the rear bracket nuts from the studs on the engine.
  8. Remove the rear brace mounting bolt.
  9. Remove the power steering pump from the vehicle.
To Install:
  1. Position the pump to the vehicle and secure using the front retaining bolts to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm).
  2. Install the rear bracket bolt and nuts. Tighten the retainers to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm) on 1994 - 97 models and 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) on 1998 and later models.
  3. Install the A/C compressor.
  4. Use a pulley installer such as J-25033 or equivalent to press the drive pulley onto the power steering pump. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut clockwise in order to press the drive pulley onto the pump. Check that the pulley is flush within 0.010 in. (0.25mm) of the shaft end. NOTE: When positioning the installer tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.
  5. Properly install the drive belt.
  6. Remove the caps, then connect the feed and return hoses to the pump.
  7. Properly refill and bleed the power steering system.
  8. Test drive the vehicle.
4.3L Engine To Remove:
  1. Remove the upper cooling fan shroud.
  2. Remove the drive belt.
  3. Remove the fan and clutch from the water pump.
  4. Install a puller tool such as J-25034, or equivalent onto the power steering pump pulley. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut counterclockwise in order to press the drive pulley from the pump.
  5. Safely raise and support the vehicle.
  6. Remove the shield from the steering linkage.
  7. Position a fluid catch pan under the power steering pump.
  8. Disconnect the return hose from the power steering pump, then drain the excess fluid into the catch pan.
  9. Safely lower the vehicle.
  10. Disconnect the pressure hose from the pump and cap the open line.
  11. Remove the filler neck tube.
  12. Remove the power steering pump mounting nuts and bolts.
  13. Remove the power steering pump from the vehicle.
NOTE: When installing the puller tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.
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Removing the power steering pump pulley 85388113.gif

Installing the power steering pump pulley 85388114.gif

To Install:
  1. Position the pump to the vehicle.
    • Tighten the front retaining bolts to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm) and the nuts to 31 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
  2. Install the filler neck tube.
    • Tighten the bolt to 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).
  3. Connect the pressure hose to the pump.
  4. Safely raise and support the vehicle.
  5. Connect the return hose to the vehicle.
  6. Install the shield on the steering linkage and lower the vehicle.
  7. Use a pulley installer such as J-25033 or equivalent to press the drive pulley onto the power steering pump. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut clockwise in order to press the drive pulley onto the pump. Check that the pulley is flush within 0.010 in. (0.25mm) of the shaft end. NOTE: When positioning the installer tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.
  8. Install the fan and clutch on the water pump.
  9. Properly install the drive belt. NOTE: Be sure to secure any hoses which may get in the way or rub other components.
  10. Install the upper fan shroud.
  11. Properly refill and bleed the power steering system.
  12. Test drive the vehicle.
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How do you remove the power steering pump from a 2001 Chev Blazer with the 4.3 engine?


4.3L Engine
  1. Position a fluid catch pan under the power steering pump.
  2. Disconnect the feed and return hoses from the power steering pump, then drain the excess fluid into the catch pan.

    NOTE

    On models equipped with a remote fluid reservoir, disconnect and plug the hose(s) in order to prevent system contamination or excessive fluid loss.

  3. Remove the drive belt from the pulley.
  4. Install a puller tool such as J-25034, or equivalent onto the power steering pump pulley. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut counterclockwise in order to press the drive pulley from the pump.

    NOTE

    When installing the puller tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.




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Installing the pilot bolt



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Removing the power steering pump pulley



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Installing the power steering pump pulley


  1. On most models, it may be necessary to unplug the electrical connection from the A/C compressor, unfasten the compressor mounting bolts and set the compressor to one side without disconnecting the lines.
  2. If equipped, unfasten the power steering filler tube bolt and remove the filler tube.
  3. Remove the rear brace retainers and the brace.
  4. Remove the power steering pump-to-bracket bolts and then remove the pump from the vehicle.

To install:

  1. Position the pump to the vehicle and secure using the front retaining bolts to 37 ft. lbs. (50 Nm).
  2. If equipped, install the rear brace and tighten the retainers to 31 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
  3. If removed, install the A/C compressor.
  4. If removed, install the filler tube and its retainer. Tighten the retainer to 15 ft. lbs. (20 Nm).
Use a pulley installer such as J-25033 or equivalent to press the drive pulley onto the power steering pump. While holding the pilot bolt, turn the tool nut clockwise in order to press the drive pulley onto the pump. Check that the pulley is flush within 0.010 in. (0.25mm) of the shaft end.

NOTE

When positioning the installer tool onto the power steering pump pulley, be sure that the pilot bolt bottoms in the pump shaft by turning the head of the pilot bolt.


Properly install the drive belt and, if applicable, adjust the tension.

  1. NOTE
  1. Be sure to secure any hoses which may get in the way or rub other components.

  1. Remove the caps, then connect the feed and return hoses to the pump.
  2. Properly refill and bleed the power steering system.
  3. Test drive the vehicle.

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My 2003 honda pilot is difficult to shift into drive


There could be a number of issues with a Honda Pilot not shifting into drive. In fact, I had this problem with my 2003 Honda Pilot two weeks ago and had to replace my transmission. More than 100,000 2003 Honda Pilots were recalled in 2004 because of a transmission problem -- was your Honda part of that recall? If so, Honda may help you with some of the costs.

If the problem is not with the transmission, I suggest making sure that your steering column is not locked. You will also notice that on the top of the steering column is a small plate. If you remove the plate and press down with a coin, you can unlock the steering column, enabling you to shift into drive.

Hopefully these solutions will help...but be sure to see your auto service shop for more details on your situation.

May 15, 2010 | 2003 Honda Pilot

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Illustrations of removal of power steering pump on


Here is a good link. Check out the video. Changing the pump is a pretty simple task, especially if you bought the pump with a new pulley. If you only have the pump you will need a pulley removal/installation tool. Check your belts to see if they need replacing because now would be a good time to do it since they have to come off to take off the power steering pump.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WPLowC6aZo

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