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Trying to remove pressure line from pump. has a flared nut and union bolt? but cannot break them loose. what is proper technique and tools? thanks, mike

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if the leak isn't from the hoses or connectors under the car.  Clean the pump area with carb cleaner spray, then tie a small bit of white cloth around both hoses (tighten the clamps at the same time).  This will reveal the source of the leak.  If the hoses are OK.  It's most likely the front seal and requires a replacement pump.  

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Did you find out if they fit? I just lost mine.

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Dear Stuck Alternator.....Yes there is a trick....pay attention....If you have the belt off already and the mounting nuts and bolts then we're almost there. There is a pressed spacer that helps to hold this alternator on and it does make it a little harder to get off. All you simply do is take a medium sized flat head screwdriver and pry on the longer bolt hole....it's going to swing sideways.....you want to pry it in that same direction.....will be fairly easy...get back to me if ya have any other questions...thx HOPE I COULD HELP!!

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How do i access flare nut frome power steering line under power steering pump


is it really a flare nut? could it be the 'quick connect' type?. if so, search 'quick connect'.

did you look into this?
http://www.autozone.com/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f80caddde

Oct 05, 2015 | 1999 Mercury Mystique

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Replace the fan belt tensioner on a 2000 ford focus


The pulley wheel bearing on the auxiliary drive belt tensioner, which does not come as a separate part from ford, was showing signs of wear so I decided to replace the tensioner.

It's not a simple "whip the old one out" and "stick another one in" as the information in my Haynes manual suggests. In fact the information in my Haynes Service and Repair Manual - Ford Focus 1998 to 2001 (S to Y reg) Petrol and Diesel.

Also, looking under the car it appeared that the Power Steering Pump is bolted onto, or on top of, the tensioner which means the power steering pump may have to come off in order to remove the tensioner. Not so simple a job as the Haynes manual describes.

Investigation Work:

I have discovered there are three, 15mm nuts (Torqued to 48Nm) securing the Tensioner, two below the power steering pump and one above, identifiable by three protruding studs with T40 torx ends. An E8 torx spanner would be necessary if it were proposed to remove these studs.
In addition, I have also discovered that the power steering pump, secured with four, 10mm bolts, is bolted directly on top of the tensioner, piggy back style (There are four bolt holes in the tensioner body for mounting the power steering pump). So in order to remove the tensioner, it is also necessary to remove (and drain) the power steering pump. An alternative method of removing the tensioner might be to unbolt the pump (without draining) and move it to one side out the way while the tensioner is being removed.

Creating More Workspace:

It is necessary to remove the CAC to inlet manifold pipe (drivers side) i.e. the wide, black pipe bolted to the top of the engine, to gain access to the P.S. pump and move the Engine Coolant Resevoir to one side.
Also, to make the process easier and create additional space, it may be helpful to remove the following additional items from the car:
  • fuel filter (and plastic retaining clip).
  • oil filter (to make access easier to the nuts bolts and pipes from below the car)
  • the EGR cooler connection pipe (optional).
Essential Items:

  • 15mm Deep, Hex Socket and large 15mm Ring Spanner - tensioner mounting nuts
  • E8 Torx Spanner for removing 3 studs with T40 Torx ends (method 2 only)
  • 18mm (or 3/8W, 7/16BS) Crowfoot wrench for removing union nut on HP pipe power steering pump. (method 1 only)
  • 10mm ring or combination spanners, long and short (P.S. Pump).
  • 10mm, hex socket ( narrower 3/8" drive preferred) - power steering pump bolts (Methods 1 and 2)
  • Hose Clamp (clamping bottom hose power steering pump)
  • Teflon seal / o-ring for union on HP Line, Power Steering Pump or new union (See Notes 2 & 3)
Teflon O-ring:

Here is a general description of the "external" O-ring on the Power Steering Pump HP union. Someone may be able to find a supplier for the o-rings on the Internet Note that the "internal" black, rubber o-ring is also an integral part of the replacement union.
  • Colour: White
  • Material: Teflon (PTFE)
  • Cross Sectional Area: 1mm x 1mm (square)
  • Outside Diameter .......... 16.5mm
  • Inside Diameter .............14.5mm
Note that sizes are approximate as the o-ring may have expanded slightly as I was removing it from the union. The diameter of the groove the o-ring sits in is 14mm.

on Nov 01, 2009 | 2000 Ford Focus

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I need a picture of my motor in my celica gt 2000 so i ca locate my ful filter


Removal & Installation Look for the filter on the side of the fenderwell under the hood, if not on either side look on the firewall mounted with 1 bolt.

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CAUTION Observe all applicable safety precautions when working around fuel. Whenever servicing the fuel system, always work in a well ventilated area. Do NOT allow fuel spray or vapors to come in contact with a spark or open flame. Keep a dry chemical fire extinguisher near the work area. Always keep fuel in a container specifically designed for fuel storage; also, always properly seal fuel containers to avoid the possibility of fire or explosion.
There are two types of fittings used on fuel filter connections. The banjo fitting or union bolt type uses a bolt and two washers to prevent leakage between an eyelet and the filter. The flare fitting type uses no washers or bolts. It uses a thread interference pattern to make a tight connection.

  1. Unbolt the retaining screws and remove the protective shield (if equipped) for the fuel filter.
  2. Place a pan under the delivery pipe (large connection) to catch the dripping fuel and SLOWLY loosen the banjo fitting bolt or flare fitting at the bottom of the filter to bleed off the fuel pressure.



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Fig. Place a pan under the filter, the remove the lower line


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Fig. Remove the union bolt and two gaskets, then disconnect the inlet hose from the fuel filter

CAUTION To avoid personal injury, remember that the fuel system is under pressure. Release pressure slowly and contain spillage. Wear eye protection and observe no smoking/no open flame precautions. Have a dry powder fire extinguisher within arm's reach at all times.

  1. Remove the banjo bolt or flare fitting and drain the remaining fuel.
  2. Disconnect and plug the inlet line.
  3. Unbolt and carefully remove the fuel filter. It may still contain some fuel.

To install:
When tightening the fuel line bolts to the fuel filter, you must use a torque wrench. The tightening torque is very important, as under or over tightening may cause fuel leakage. Insure that there is sufficient clearance between the fuel filter, lines and any other parts.
  1. Coat the flare or banjo bolt threads along with the copper washers lightly with engine oil. Always use new washers.
  2. Hand tighten the inlet line to the fuel filter.
  3. Install the fuel filter then tighten the banjo type bolt to 22 ft. lbs. (29 Nm) or the flare fitting on the fuel pump side to 17 ft. lbs. (24 Nm) and all others to 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm).


WARNING The fuel pump builds high pressure within the lines. If new gaskets are NOT used, a high-pressure leak may spray fuel onto the engine or other hot surface.
  1. Run the engine for a few minutes and check for any fuel leaks.
  2. Install the protective shield if removed.



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Fig. Always use new gaskets when replacing a fuel filter


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Fig. A line wrench with an extension may be needed to loosen the inlet line at the filter-Corolla

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Negative battery cable. On vehicles equipped with an air bag, wait at least 90 seconds before proceeding Protective shield for the fuel filter If necessary, air cleaner hose and cap If necessary, charcoal canister. Slowly loosen the lower flare nut fitting until all the pressure is relieved Banjo fitting and 2 metal gaskets. Discard the gaskets Fuel line with the flared nut from the filter Filter from the mounting bracket

To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:

    New fuel filter Banjo fitting with a new metal gasket on each side and install the union bolt. Bolt: 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm). Flare nut to the lower connection. Nut: 22 ft. lbs. (30 Nm). Charcoal canister Air cleaner hose and cap Protective shield Negative battery cable

Aug 02, 2012 | 2000 Toyota Celica

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How to install power sterring pump


first you need to remove power steering pump drive belt and fluid using a large syringe or siphon pump.then you need place drain pan under vechicle where power steering pump located,remove power steering return line and remove power steering pressure hose using a flare nut wrench,make sure drain pan catch power steering fluid. once you have the power steering pump return hose and pressure hose remove,then remove power steering pump mounting bolts then remove power steering pump.take old power steering pump and new power steering pump to machine shop or garage so they can transfer drive pulley from old power steering pump to the new pump,once you have new power steering pump ready to install be sure to buy new pressure hose o ring if equipped, you need to bleed power steering system once you have new pump in place with every thing back in place cant give you bleeding procedure you did not tell me vechicle type you working on.

Dec 09, 2011 | Cars & Trucks

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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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  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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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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Nov 05, 2010 | Chevrolet S 10 Cars & Trucks

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How do i change a power steering pump on a 2004 ford f 150 5.4 4x4


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Follow this steps


The items you will need include basic hand tools, shop rags, gloves, drip pan, fluid suction gun, power steering pump pulley removal tool, power steering pump pulley installation tool, power steering fluid, and a Haynes manual.


Use a suction gun to remove the power steering fluid.


Position a drip pan under the pump and disconnect the high pressure line and fluid return hose. Cap the ends of the lines.


Loosen the serpentine belt and slip it out of the power steering pump pulley. Replace any worn belts at this time.


Remove the bolts and nuts that hold the pump onto the engine.


Remove the pump. Now remove the pulley from the pump. To do this, use a power steering pump pulley removal tool. If you don't have one, you can rent one from Advance Auto Parts.


Remove the nuts to detach the pump from the brackets.


Reattach the bracket to the new pump. Reinstall the pulley.


Bolt the pump back into place. Slip the belt back onto the pulley and retighten. Reattach the high pressure line and return fluid hose.


Now fill the power steering fluid reservoir until it reaches to the proper level. Now start the vehicle. Recheck the fluid and add if necessary. Turn the wheels left and right a couple of times. So that's it, you are done. Test the vehicle to make sure it functions properly.


Aug 27, 2010 | 2004 Ford F150

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How do you remove the Power Steering Pump and bracket. I have taken off several bolts but it still is not letting loose. Help


3.0L (VIN 3) Engine

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Power steering pump mounting detail (3.0L engine)

  1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the accessory drive belt. The belt does not have to be removed from the engine.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. Disconnect the wiring harness connector to the oxygen sensor which is accessible through the oxygen sensor wiring harness grommet in the vehicle floor pan.
  5. Remove the catalytic converter from the exhaust manifold and remove all exhaust system hangers and isolators from the exhaust system brackets. Move exhaust system out of the way as far rearward and to the left as possible to provide access to the power steering pump.
  6. Place a drain pan under the power steering pump. Remove the power steering fluid return line hose on the front suspension cradle. Allow the fluid to drain from the pump and hose.
  7. Remove the accessory drive belt splash shield.
  8. Disconnect the power steering remote reservoir supply hose from the fitting on the power steering pump. Allow fluid to drain from the hose.
  9. Remove power steering fluid pressure line from the power steering pump and drain any excess power steering fluid.
  10. Remove the power steering fluid return hose from the power steering pump.
  11. Remove the rear support bracket mounted behind the power steering pump to the engine block.
  12. Remove the 2 mounting bolts that secure the pump to the alternator/power steering pump and belt tensioner mounting bracket.
  13. Remove the power steering pump and pulley assembly out from the vehicle. Transfer all required parts from the pump to the new replacement pump before installation.
To install:
  1. Position the front of the power steering pump up onto the mounting bracket. Torque the 2 power steering pump-to-mounting bracket bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  2. Install the rear power steering pump-to-engine block support bracket. Torque the 2 support bracket mounting bolts to 40ft. lbs. (54 Nm). Install the nut to the mounting stud behind the pump and torque to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  3. Install the high pressure fluid line to the pump output fitting. Torque the high pressure line-to-power steering pump fitting to 275 inch lbs. (31 Nm). Be sure to inspect the pressure line O-ring for any damage before connecting the pressure line to the steering pump.
  4. Install the low pressure power steering fluid hose to the power steering pump low pressure fitting. Be sure the hose clamps are properly reinstalled and hoses are clear of the accessory drive belts.
  5. Install the accessory drive belt.
  6. Install the hose on the power steering fluid return line on the front suspension cradle. Be sure the hose clamps and heat shield tubes are correctly reinstalled.
  7. Reconnect the exhaust pipe to the exhaust manifold. Install the hangers and isolators onto the exhaust system brackets. torque the nuts and bolts to 250 inch lbs. (28 Nm).
  8. Reconnect the wiring harness connectors to the oxygen sensor. Install the wiring harness grommet into the vehicle floor pan.
  9. Install the accessory drive belt splash shield.
  10. Remove the drain pan and lower the vehicle.
  11. Refill the power steering pump reservoir with the correct amount of clean power steering fluid.
  12. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Bleed the power steering system.
  13. Run the engine and check the system for leaks and proper steering operation.

3.3L (VIN R) & 3.8L (VIN L) Engines

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Rear support bracket mounting detail (3.3 & 3.8L engines)

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Power steering pump mounting detail (3.3 & 3.8L engines)

  1. Remove and isolate the negative battery cable.
  2. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Place a drain pan under the power steering pump.
  3. Disconnect the wiring harness connector to the oxygen sensor which is accessible through the oxygen sensor wiring harness grommet in the vehicle floor pan.
  4. Remove the catalytic converter from the exhaust manifold and remove all exhaust system hangers and isolators from the exhaust system brackets. Move exhaust system out of the way as far rearward and to the left as possible to provide access to the power steering pump.
  5. Remove the power steering fluid return line hose on the front suspension cradle. Allow the fluid to drain from the pump and hose.
  6. Remove the accessory drive belt splash shield.
  7. Remove accessory drive belt.
  8. Disconnect the power steering remote reservoir supply hose from the fitting on the power steering pump. Allow fluid to drain from the hose.
  9. Remove power steering fluid pressure line from the power steering pump and drain any excess power steering fluid.
  10. Remove the power steering fluid return hose from the power steering pump.
  11. Remove the rear support bracket mounted behind the power steering pump to the engine block.
  12. Remove the 3 mounting bolts that secure the pump to the alternator/power steering pump and belt tensioner mounting bracket.
  13. Remove the power steering pump and pulley assembly from the vehicle. Transfer all required parts from the pump to the new replacement pump before installation.
To install:
  1. Position the front of the power steering pump up onto the mounting bracket. Torque the 3 power steering pump-to-mounting bracket bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  2. Install the rear power steering pump-to-engine block support bracket. Torque the support bracket mounting bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm). Install the nut to the mounting stud behind the pump and torque to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  3. Install the high pressure fluid line to the pump output fitting. Torque the high pressure line-to-power steering pump fitting to 275 inch lbs. (31 Nm). Be sure to inspect the pressure line O-ring for any damage before connecting the pressure line to the steering pump.
  4. Install the low pressure power steering fluid hose to the power steering pump low pressure fitting. Be sure the hose clamps are properly reinstalled and hoses are clear of the accessory drive belts.
  5. Install the accessory drive belt.
  6. Install the hose on the power steering fluid return line on the front suspension cradle. Be sure the hose clamps and heat shield tubes are correctly reinstalled.
  7. Reconnect the exhaust pipe to the exhaust manifold. Install the hangers and isolators onto the exhaust system brackets. Torque the nuts and bolts to 250 inch lbs. (28 Nm).
  8. Reconnect the wiring harness connectors to the oxygen sensor. Install the wiring harness grommet into the vehicle floor pan.
  9. Install the accessory drive belt splash shield.
  10. Remove the drain pan and lower the vehicle.
  11. Refill the power steering pump reservoir with the correct amount of clean power steering fluid.
  12. Reconnect the negative battery cable. Bleed the power steering system.
  13. Run the engine and check the system for leaks and proper steering operation.

Nov 03, 2009 | 1997 Chrysler Town & Country

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How to replace a belt tensioner on a 2001 ford focus


Creating More Workspace:
It is necessary to remove the CAC to inlet manifold pipe (drivers side) i.e. the wide, black pipe bolted to the top of the engine, to gain access to the P.S. pump and move the Engine Coolant Resevoir to one side.
Also, to make the process easier and create additional space, it may be helpful to remove the following additional items from the car:

  • fuel filter (and plastic retaining clip).
  • oil filter (to make access easier to the nuts bolts and pipes from below the car)
  • the EGR cooler connection pipe (optional).
Essential Items:

  • 15mm Deep, Hex Socket and large 15mm Ring Spanner - tensioner mounting nuts
  • E8 Torx Spanner for removing 3 studs with T40 Torx ends (method 2 only)
  • 18mm (or 3/8W, 7/16BS) Crowfoot wrench for removing union nut on HP pipe power steering pump. (method 1 only)
  • 10mm ring or combination spanners, long and short (P.S. Pump).
  • 10mm, hex socket ( narrower 3/8" drive preferred) - power steering pump bolts (Methods 1 and 2)
  • Hose Clamp (clamping bottom hose power steering pump)
  • Teflon seal / o-ring for union on HP Line, Power Steering Pump or new union (See Notes 2 & 3)

Nov 01, 2009 | 2001 Ford Focus

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98 cavalier has a power steering leak


look underneath where your power steering lines go to the steering gear, the flare nut is probably loose, you can tighten it with a 18mm flare nut wrench, make sure it is a flare nut wrench or youll strip the bolt and be screwed

Jun 03, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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