- New Ford Power Steering Pumps are engineered to OE specifications.
- Upgraded to slipper style internals for quiet operation.
- All units are carefully packaged to ensure safe arrival at your door.
- Inspect or change Power Steering Pressure and Return Hoses when replacing the power steering pump. Damaged hoses, or hoses that are at least 5 years old, should always be replaced
- Where applicable, replace the Power Steering Reservoir or clean the internal filter
- Use a Pulley Tool to remove the power steering pump pulley
- Completely flush the system with an OE approved Power Steering Fluid prior to installation
- Install an in-line Power Steering Filter to prevent contamination
- Bleed the system to prevent noise and extend the life of the steering components (this may require a vacuum pump and Power Steering Bleeder Kit)
Flush and Bleed Procedure
Power Steering Pump Diagnosis
Steering issues can be caused by a variety of different parts on the vehicle and mis-diagnosis is common. Typical symptoms of a bad Power Steering Pump include:
- Stiff steering while turning the wheel, especially at low speeds
- Whining, groaning or squealing noises that increase when accelerating
Problems with your Power Steering Pump?
Lares offers technical support for all of their products. If you are experiencing issues, call 1-800-555-0638. Misdiagnosis is common on steering components, and the technicians can help you determine if your part is the problem.
Attention California Customers - Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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