Question about 1992 Toyota Camry V6
1. Take off the battery black-cable (negative cable).
2. Drain out the power-steering reservior.
3. Place a large container under the car to catch excess fluid. Disconnect the power-steering hoses.
4. Remove the right front wheel, and support the car on jack-stands.
5. Remove the apron fender under the right front-wheel
6. Disconnect and loosen the clamp and the fluid return hose from the pump.
7. Remove the pressure line-to-pump union bolt. Push this away from the pump. Remove the sealing washers on both sides of the fitting.
8. Remove the pivot bolts and the drive-belt.
9. Remove the adjuster, mounting bolts, pivot and take-out the pump.
10. Installation is opposite of removal.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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