Question about Jeep Wrangler
Personally, if I had a choice I'd install a manual steering box in all my Jeeps. (less chance of leaks) But, yes, getting an entire assembly from a scrapyard is a good idea. Take good notes on how it was assembled on the donor vehicle and just reverse the process to install it. If you can, take some good photos.
Make sure you take all the brackets and bolts as well. All the mounting points on the manifold etc are already pre-drilled so you shouldn't have a problem there. Just make sure to retian all the "o" rings for the hoses and to route them where they won't rub on anything. To bleed the air from the system, fill the pump, start the engine and slowly turn the wheel all the way in one direction, then all the way in the other direction. Shut the engine off for a few minutes and re-fill. Repeat if necessary.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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