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Old 01 Feb 2011, 08:10 am
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Default Power Steering Pump Replacement

I am in need of replacing my power steering pump and high pressure line in my 03 GT. I have found the pump and hose online for good prices.

I am just curious if anyone has attempted this job themselves and how difficult it is? I have read the manuals and eHow directions and it seems pretty straight forward. I am pretty good with cars and would like to save the money on labor if at all possible.
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Old 04 Feb 2011, 10:43 pm
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Default Re: Power Steering Pump Replacement

not a difficult job job if you are replacing the hose as well like you mentioned. You can pre-assemble the hose to the pump, as this is the only challenging part when the pump is already mounted. You will need a crows foot socket to tighten the hose if the pump was mounted first.
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