Will a Car Run Without a Power Steering Pump Belt?

Answer Some car owners wonder if a vehicle can operate without a power steering pump belt or if this function is safe. Not replacing a PSP belt may save money and hassle at first, but it will eventually c... Read More »

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How to Remove a Power Steering Pump Belt?

A power steering pump belt is used to transfer the rotating energy produced by the engine to the pump, where the fluid within the pump is then directed to the rack and pinion unit. Over time, the r... Read More »

How to Change the Power Steering Pump Belt on a 1999 Grand Am?

The power steering belt on the 1999 Grand Am is called the serpentine belt. The serpentine belt controls every pulley on the front of the engine. Instead of having two or three different belts to c... Read More »

How to Replace the Power Steering and the Pump Belt on a Toyota Sienna?

The Toyota Sienna engine incorporates a serpentine belt that runs all of the different engine accessories. The serpentine belt connects to the engine's crankshaft and drives the the power steering ... Read More »

How to Adjust the Power Steering Pump Belt on a 2003 Toyota Sienna?

Toyota uses a short belt to drive the power steering pump on the 2003 Sienna models. The power steering drive belt is separate from the belt that drives the other hang-on equipment to prevent the l... Read More »