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2001 jeep cherokee O ring pwr steering pump to tank

2001 jeep cherokee O ring power steering pump to tank . where does it go? on the tank or in the pump? Does it fit loose into the pump opening or around the collar where the tank mates with the pump? I am assuming that the small connecting tube with a flange inserts the longer end into the tank?

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If it only goes stiff part of the time, the box is probably OK.

Before considering major surgery:

  • check the power steering fluid level.
  • condition of the fluid
  • condition and tension on the belts
  • check for low or uneven tire pressure
  • check steering linkages for damage (did someone borrow the car recently?)
If none of these check out, then consider replacing the pump.

Mike

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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SOURCE: 2001 JEEP CHEROKEE windshield washer pump LOCATION

It should be on or close to the tank.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Replace power steering hose on 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Parts are not cheap. I'm not sure how hard it is to get to your lines but line wrench/crows foot are probably needed. They are like a boxend wrench with cutout to go over line.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Heater hose coolant return tube

Yes you can remove the tube if its a V8. If its an inline 6 cylinder you have to remove the pump in order to repair the heater pipe.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: 1993 jeep grand cherokee heater hose coolant return tube

Yes use penetrating oil on it first to ease it comming out

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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Hi Riley:
Nice car, I have the same '93 5.2L V8, according with the Jeep Repair Manual for 1993 at 1998, check this procedure to RESERVOIR REPLACEMENT - REMOVAL
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(4) Pry up tab and slide the retaining clip off (Fig. 7).
(5) Remove fluid reservoir from pump body. Remove and discard O-ring seal (Fig. 8).

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INSTALLATION
(1) Lubricate new O-ring Seal with Mopar Power Steering Fluid or equivalent.
(2) Install O-ring seal in housing.
(3) Install reservoir onto housing.
(4) Slide and tap in reservoir retainer clips until tab locks to housing.
(5) Install power steering pump. Refer to Pump Replacement in this section.

If you need other additional details or some specific section from the Repair Manual, feel free to contact us in the previous links.

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There's a technical bulletin on that from Chrysler....The power steering lines need to be replaced. I have the same problem as you see this link - http://www.wjjeeps.com/tsb.htm#STEERING

SUBJECT:
Steering Honk On 4.0L And 4.7L LHD Grand Cherokee Vehicles
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves the replacement of the power steering pressure
and return hoses and tube.
MODELS:
1999 - 2002 (WJ) Grand Cherokee (Domestic and International Markets)
2001 - 2002 (WG) Grand Cherokee (International Markets)
NOTE: THIS BULLETIN APPLIES TO 1999 - 2000 4.7L AND 1999 - 2002 4.0L
GRAND CHEROKEE VEHICLES THAT ARE LEFT HAND DRIVE (LHD) AND
ARE NOT EQUIPPED WITH HYDRAULIC COOLING.
SYMPTOM/CONDITION:
Some vehicles may exhibit a honk-like sound from the power steering
system. This sound occurs most often during a low speed right hand turn,
as would occur during parking lot maneuvers.
DIAGNOSIS:
If the customer indicates that the above condition is present, perform the section of
the Repair Procedure that is appropriate for the equipped engine.
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Qty. Part No. Description
1 04883077 Fluid, Power Steering (MS-5931 quart)
1 05080950AA Hose, Pressure (4.7L)
1 52088116AB Fitting, Pressure Hose - Quick Connect At Pump (4.7L)
19-005-02 -2-
Qty. Part No. Description
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1 **52088775AB** Tube, Return (4.0L)
6 **34201631** Rivet, Plastic Black (Front Fascia - 4.0L)
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**IF VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH A 4.0L ENGINE:**
1. Remove the front fascia panel.
Fig.

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