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I was wondering if i can bypass the powersteering pump with a different serprntine belt

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You probably can (but I don't know of any parts guy thats gonna take the time to see what belt will fit.). More importantly, if your leaking power steering fluid THATS DANGEROUS. This fluid is flamable!. By putting a different belt on the vehicle your gonna cause a whole slew of different problems because your messing with the drag each item is designed to work off of. Best solution eat the correct repair, depending on whats up with the power steering pump.

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It's possible. It will be difficult to steer. Use a piece of rope to wrap around all tne componants just like the belt would except for the ps unit and look for a belt as long as the rope

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