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Power Steering Pump


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Nov 14, 2015
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Chino Hills
Any words of advise on replacement pumps w/ res ? Id like to replace with the same model, Federal.Looks like those seem to be discontinued ?
That top one is a Saginaw. Also stay away from Cardone as they are junk. Have had good luck with the BBB pumps.
I concur....the pump shown in the link is a Saginaw. I believe Federal Pumps have the high pressure fitteng in the shaft side of the pump.
When rebuilding a vane pump, the vanes have a slight bevel on the leading edge. The vane ring (the stationary surface) should also be replaced as well. The vane's bevel faces the direction of rotation. Just use a little caution when installing the vanes in the hub to get all the vanes installed in the same direction.....and use a good 15 wt HYDRAULIC OIL when refilling the system. BTW....I suggest Steering and Gear or a rebuilder specializing steering components. Just my opinion of course.
Bob Renton
We rebuilt ours for like 15 bucks
It was easy
Only kicker is the tool to remove the pulley

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Thanks to all the responses we had it rebuilt for 100.00.
Now we have leaks from steering box
lol. It just never ends. !