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How do you remove a power steering pump for a 1998 Toyota Corolla? I have a loose pulley and I'm wondering if I have a bad pump, pulley, or just need to re-tighten it?

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It is most likely the shaft is bad and a new pump is required. You can try tightening it but it most likely will come loose shortly and also not spin true and throw the belt. You have to disconnect everything from the pump to take it out,

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