Question about 1989 Toyota Celica Liftback
I'd take a good look around near the wheels thats where i had trouble with mine, if its just a hose its no biggie you could even have a go at fixing it yourself but if the pump needs replacing could be a bit of a major if in doubt just get a few quotes at your local mechanic. its no big deal to drive without powersteering its just a pan in the ****.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Very simple and no special tools. Take your time and put some rags or a oil pan underneath it and wrench away!
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Posted on Mar 14, 2009
i pERSONALY WOULD REPLACE IT MYSELF EVEN WITHOUT MY 30yrs Of Experience in this Field. I have Enclosed Instructions for you to use. PLEASE dont Forget to RATE me As MOST folks DONT remember to that is how WE Get our Ratings such as GURU THANK YOU and Good Luck On The Job, Dont PAY a dime If YOU CAN > D I Y
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
ok thees instructions that i have is for replacing the power steering pump but it has a great pic witch shows the power steering hoses i hope it helps
NOTE The following procedure requires the use of the GM Puller toolNo. J-25034-B or equivalent, and the GM Pulley Installer tool No.J-25033-B or equivalent.
WARNING Be sure to cap all openings in the pump hydraulic system toprevent excessive fluid spillage and the possibility of systemcontamination.
Fig. Pump pulley removal and installation
Fig. Exploded view of the power steering pump mounting
Fig. Typical power steering pump hose routing
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
You will have a leak from the pump, pressure
hoses or the rack. You will have to get the system washed down and
inspected for the leak, most common problem is the steering rack
leaking, this will leak oil onto the exhaust and cause your smoking
problem, start her.
Remove the power steering pump pulley.
Place a drain pan under the vehicle. Important: Cap or plug the ends of the power steering hoses to prevent fluid loss.
Disconnect the power brake booster inlet hose from the power brake booster.
Disconnect the power steering cooler hose from the power steering pump.
Disconnect the power steering pump remote reservoir hose from the power steering pump.
Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
Remove the power steering pump rear mounting bracket nut.
Lower the vehicle.
Loosen the accessory bracket bolts and nut. Pull the accessory bracket forward.
Remove the power steering pump mounting bolts.
Remove the power steering pump and the power brake booster inlet hose from the vehicle.
Remove the power brake booster inlet hose from the power steering pump.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: I have a 2003 Ford
It might be the rack and pinion kit (seals)
I had this problem 2 months ago... replaced the powersteering pump 3 times until I convinced the mechanics to look at the rack and pinion. there they found the leak, especially when I turned the wheel.. They first kept telling me there was air in the lines and it would go away. but that never happened.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
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