How to Remove a Jeep Steering Pump Pulley?

Answer 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 »

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How to Remove a Jeep Cherokee Power Steering Pulley?

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 »

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 Remove a 4.3L Power Steering Pump Pulley?

The 4.3-liter engine has been a popular engine for Chevrolet since the mid 1980s, when it was introduced. The engine has appeared in the Chevrolet Astro van, Chevrolet S-10 pickup, and Silverado fu... Read More »

How to Remove the Pulley From a Power Steering Pump?

Replace the pulleys on your vehicle's accessories for better performance. Factory pulleys and old drive belts weigh on the performance of the amenities they drive. By replacing old pulleys and driv... Read More »