Question about 2003 Honda Accord
HELLO! Give the area around the pump a good clean-up. Start the car, and while someone turns the steering wheel from lock to lock (several times) try and determine if the connection point of pressure line to pump is leaking. Also watch behind the pulley for fluid escaping from behind the belt pulley. If it's the connection ;
Remove, clean , and tighten. If leak is behind pulley the pump seal is defective and you'll need to but a new pump. It is less expensive to buy it from an auto parts store. But here is a tip; Stop at a dealership, have the parts dept. run your VIN to identify what your pump looks like. Take that drawing to parts store to insure your getting the correct replacement. Honda uses a multitude of of different pumps.
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Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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