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Old 11-17-2009, 10:36 AM
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Question How hard is it to change a power steering pump?

Hey my power steering pump might be on its last legs. I was jut wondering how much of a pain in the *** it would be to change it and what kind of cost i would be looking at. My truck is a 1996 F-150 2wd regular cab short bed, with the inline 6.
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mechanically inclined with correct tools and manual: easy.

good time to replace hoses.
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if you can change an alternator, a PS pump is nothing...
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Good time to upgrade to the saginaw style pump. Won't cost anymore and much better.
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on my 90 I had to rent the pulley puller when I changed mine out -wasn't hard at all
oh and I had to change the connections where the hoses connected-I opted for a junk yard model -hook ups were different-leaked pretty bad till I changed out the fittings for the old ones off my original
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not hard can be done with a metric set of wrenches and a pulley puller/installer mine cost about $40.00. Some pumps come with the resevoir already installed, some you have to put your old one on.
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