Question about 1998 Holden VT Commodore
How to remove pump which is the best way and in what order do you need special tools
Posted by Anonymous on
Im assuming you are asking about how to remove p/s pump on a v6 commodore.
1.place a drain try under vehicle to collect p/s fluid.
2.on the p/s pump pulley you will see 4*10mm bolts release them.
3.remove drive belt
4.now remove p/s pump pulley.
5.undo p/s return line
6.release and undo abt half way 2*13mm bolts that mount p/s pump to engine block.
7.on the rear of the pump you will see the metal feed pipe use a pipe spanner to undo it 16mm
8.finish undo the 13mm bolts hold pump on ,once these bolts are off the pump will come away..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like you have a bad electrical connection you moved around when doing the pump
Posted on Jul 04, 2012
You need a special tool that slides down the side of the head rest shaft and release the spring clip retainer.
Posted on Jul 12, 2012
you need to have the key in the ignition take the shrouds off there is a small hole underneath the barrell you have to push something small into the hole then pull out the barrell
Posted on Apr 09, 2013
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