How to Remove a Jeep Cherokee Power Steering Pulley?

Answer The power steering pump pulley on a Jeep Cherokee has a tapered center hole, which is pressed on the power steering pump input shaft. The tool for extracting the pulley is too large to fit on the e... Read More »

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How to Remove the Power Steering Pulley on a 1998 Jeep?

The power steering pump pulley on a 1998 Jeep powers the hydraulic pump that gives the Jeep power steering. If the power steering pump pulley is bent or otherwise damaged, you will need to remove a... Read More »

How to Change the Power Steering Pump on a Jeep Cherokee?

Changing the power steering pump on a Jeep Cherokee is a simple project for the home mechanic or automotive enthusiast. The power steering pump is located on the front of the engine on the driver's... Read More »

How to Remove a Jeep Steering Pump Pulley?

The pulley for the power steering pump is the round metal wheel connected to the power steering pump. Connected to the pulley is the driver belt, which powers the pump and provides the power steeri... Read More »

How to Check the Power Steering Fluid on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?

Checking the power steering fluid in your Jeep Grand Cherokee should be done any time you suspect a leak or if the system makes any abnormal noises. The pump and reservoir sit on the front driver's... Read More »