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BBB Industries markets and sells their products under various brand names, including Genco, Vision-OE and Wilson. The product inside the box is the same, no matter what brand name appears on the box.
BBB INDUSTRIES 7340129 Specifications
Filter IncludedNo
Housing MaterialCast Iron
Inlet Attachment TypePipe
Inlet Diameter (IN)0.626
Inlet Quantity1
Inlet Size0.626
Installation Kit IncludedYes
New Or RemanufacturedRemanufactured
Number of Mounting Holes2
Outlet Attachment TypeThreaded
Outlet Diameter (IN)M16x1.50
Outlet SizeM16x1.50
Outlet Thread SizeM16x1.50
Pulley Attachment TypePress-on
Pulley IncludedNo
Remote ReservoirYes
Reservoir Cap IncludedNo
Reservoir IncludedNo
Sensor IncludedNo
Reman; Without Reservoir
BBB's Remanufacturing Process Includes:
  • Critical components are inspected, gauged, and magnafluxed to detect and correct hairline cracks and microscopic leaks
  • Cleaned and restored housing to eliminate corrosion and rust prior to assembly ensuring long service life
  • Seals and O-rings are replaced with new, OE-equivalent parts to extend life and reliability
  • Sealing surfaces are polished, restored, and checked for smoothness to eliminate leaks
  • Assembled units are 100% functionally tested for leaks and performance to ensure unit meets OE specifications
Installation Tips
  • Replace Power Steering Pressure and Return Hoses when replacing the power steering pump. Steering hoses can degrade internally and cause contamination in the power steering system, which can damage the new power steering pump
  • Where applicable, replace the Power Steering Reservoir or clean the internal filter
  • Completely flush the system with an OE approved Power Steering Fluid prior to installation (the correct type of fluid is noted on the reservoir cap or in your owner's manual). Flushing the system is critical to prevent system contamination and failure
  • Consider replacing the Belt (found in the Belt Drive category). Modern belts wear gradually and become less efficient, which can put strain on the Power Steering Pump and other belt driven components
  • Install the pump and all supplied o-ring seals according to installation instructions, to prevent leaking
  • Consider installing a Power Steering Filter on the Power Steering Return Hose to prevent system contamination and extend the life of the power steering components
  • A replacement Power Steering Pump can whine or make noise until air is purged from the fluid. Bleed the system during installation to prevent noise and extend the life of the steering components
Installation Videos

Flushing The Power Steering System

How To Troubleshoot and Install A Power Steering Pump

Pulley Installation

Vacuum Bleeding The Power Steering System

Additional Resources

Flush Procedure

Attention California Customers - WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm

OEM / Interchange Numbers: 19318778, 26019018, 26040864

BBB INDUSTRIES Warranty Information:
3 years/36,000 miles