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Rebuild the power steering pump on a 2000 honda accord 4 cyl

I need to know how to remove the bearing and seal on the PS pump. I was able to remove the circlip, but I cant seem to get the bearing and seal off.

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  • barrysegal Aug 22, 2008

    No, I do not.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Do you have a manual??

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The bearing seal should be romoved thrue the front wher the shaft comes out to the pully. try prying it out with a few screw drivers. also try hiting it with a hammer to knock it into the inside of pump. do not hit it hard.

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