Question about 2002 Chrysler 300M
The belts need to be removed and they take a special wrench. If you have to ask how chances are this is best left to the experts. The plastic sensors etc can cost you way more than any potential savings. There are several engine combination's of motors on this car and you don't say which it is you have. Best to leave this one to the experts.
If you insist - then
remove the negative battery cable
- remove the cover on top of the engine
remove the belt [s]
remove the hoses to the power steering pump
remove the bolts and the power steering pump assembly
- reverse this procedure and then 'bleed the lines' to remove any air.
Again I strongly suggest you leave this job to the experts.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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