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First remove fluid from recovery tankand remove in /out hoses and wrap them in a rag.
Remove right front tire and plastic splash shield ( if applicable)
from bottom of car with a 12mm socket loosen belt tensioner. then remove belt.
Next remove the three bolts that hold the pump onto bracket.
Installiation is reverse. Make sure belt is on correctly.
Reinstall hoses,refill recovery tank. Put tire back on drop vehicle turn it on and bleed it by turning wheel from stop to stop.

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