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Exploded view of power steering pump 1989 full size bronco viewfo

Is leaking from behind ware preassure line attaches to push or resistor fitting

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I don't have a diagram for you,but the plastic tank holds on the pump by the lines,behind the tank is a large O-ring,try tightening the lines a little but gentle.Typical Ford power steering issue besides the steering box leaking

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SOURCE: firing order for 1989 full size ford bronco 302

13726548 #1 cyl is front pass side and count to back 1234 are on pass side.5678 are on driver side.# 5 being front

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SOURCE: power steering leak on a 1988 full size bronco

The gear box is a common problem on this model. That would be the place I would start. A cheap, temporary fix is to go to your local parts store and ask for Lucas Power Steering Stop-Leak. It will buy you some time.

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SOURCE: replaced power steering pump on 1989 bronco 5.0 liter

sounds like air in the system. jack up front of bronco so both wheels are off the ground start up and turn steering wheel back and forth untill all the air comes out, and add fluid as needed. when air is gone winning will go away. be patent it may take a while.

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Hi..my name is Keith..and the 2 things that i know of...that will not let power go to the fuel pump is 1..the fuel pump relay being bad..or 2..that something has tripped the Inertia Switch...and it needs resetting..i hope this will help

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have you change fuel filter ? check lines to make sure they arenot blocked..is pump working ,can hear it run ? do have enough fuel in it

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