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1982 Chrysler New Yorker Power Steering Belt Removal ...1990 Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour ...
I doubt very much if the steering pump needs replacement, but the drive serpentine belt does. The squealing happens because the belt is slipping on the pump pulley when the pump is under load when the steering is turned to full lock. By the way, don't keep the steering wheel at full lock for longer than a few seconds at a time, as it will place the pump under too much load!
Tell your mechanic to fit a new belt. Advise the mechanic to make a sketch of the routing of the belt before he removes the old one.
Check to see that no bolts or mounting brackets are loose causing the power steering pump to be out of alignment with the rest of the pulleys. When replacing the belt make sure it is seated correctly on the pulley because if it is one ridge off it will cause the belt to shred very quickly.
There should be a single serpentine belt setup in that car. You need to
find the springloaded belt tensioner pulley, put the right sized socket
on it, with a long breakerbar or ratchet, and releive the tension from the belt to remove and replace it. There should be a sticker on the fanshroud area, which has the belt routing diagram on it. Good luck.