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Hey I have a 2004 Subaru liberty rb 3.0 h6 I need instructions on how to install a power steering pump. thanks

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This is not exactly what you asked but may help in some way ,folloe the link to a u-tube video
Subaru Outback H6 VDC PowerSteering Ring Replacement Highlights

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  • Michael roberts May 17, 2014

    That's guy ls it was very helpful I did have the whole bracket the only thing now is the adjuster pully moves down in the same motion that it does to loosen the belt so you can take the belt off did I miss a lock in bolt or something I haven't drove the car coz I noticed this when I started it up and bleed the steering

  • Michael roberts May 17, 2014

    * thanks

  • steve May 17, 2014

    there is an adjuster nut , if i remember correctly it is accessed from the top so is quite a long bolt that you place socket directlt onto , rather than on the side of the adjuster hope this is of help

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you havr the whole bracket with pump .next you will need PS pulley removal tool take out 3 bolts same tool needed to replace pulley

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I have had the control switches them selves leak

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did u bleed out all the air when you replaced the pump? or maybe you over filled the resovoir?

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