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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is the line that goes from tranny to radiator you do not need a powersteering pump It could be the wrong type of hose being used and get better clamps. Double check weather its the transmission cooler line or the power steering, Big differance
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
the bubbles are just air in the system, it will eventualy go away. are you sure the leak is from the pump or is it just comming out the cap because of the air. also did you chk. the pressure line? that maybe where your leak is. unless you got a crack in the resavor, its most likely the pressure line. there is a pressure line and a return line.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
are you sure the noise is comming from pump and not the belt tension pulley right next to it ?
I use a wiffle ball bat with both end caps cut off (hollow tube) held to my ear to help localize noises on running engines I have even found tricky intake vac leaks with that trick
Posted on Apr 13, 2012
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