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It is so difficult to find a remanufactured power steering pump for a Jaguar 2000 S-Type 3.0L 6 cylinder. Is there another pump that will fit?

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Better to use original specs , you should be able to get remanufactured from the dealer and pay the difference , if not , let me know and could probably arrange one for you :)

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