Question about 1995 Chevrolet G20
Once the power steering pulley is off the remaining bolts that hold the pump in place are all easy to see and a 10 minute job to remove, I think u are over complicating a very straight forward job.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
the ends in a raised position to prevent leakage. Cap the ends of the hoses to
prevent the entrance of dirt.
Fig. 1: Removing the steering pump pulley
Fig. 2: Installing the power steering pump pulley
engine (on which the power steering pump pulley can be replaced after removal).
Fig. 3: Location of the power steering pump pulley--4.3L engine
Fig. 4: Location of the power steering pump pulley--5.7L engine
Fig. 5: Location of the power steering pump pulley--6.5L diesel
and 7.4L gasoline engines
NOTE: On 7.4L engines, install the pulley on the new pump with
a forcing screw and washer tool (such as J 25033-B) before installing the pump.
screw and washer tool, then tighten all bolts and nuts securely.
(as viewed from the front) until bubbles stop forming.
for at least 2 minutes.
Set the parking brake and block both rear wheels front and rear. Manual
transmissions should be in Neutral; automatic transmissions should be in Park.
the engine off and repeat the procedure. Check the belt tension and check for a
bent or loose pulley. The pulley should not wobble with the engine running.
important. When filling, follow Steps 1-10.
repeat the above operation. If it is obvious that the pump will not respond to
bleeding after several attempts, a pressure test may be required.
The procedures for maintaining, adjusting, and repairing the power steering
systems and components discussed in this section are to be done only after
determining that the steering linkages and front suspension systems are
correctly aligned and in good condition. All worn or damaged parts should be
replaced before attempting to service the power steering system. After
correcting any condition that could affect the power steering, do the
preliminary tests of the steering system components.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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