Disassembly Of Power Steering Pump

1. CLAMP POWER STEERING PUMP IN VISE CAUTION: Do not tighten the vise too tight.

2. REMOVE FRONT HOUSING SET BOLTS

3. REMOVE RESERVOIR TANK AND O-RING

Remove the two reservoir tank set bolts, reservoir tank and O-ring.

4. REMOVE AIR CONTROL VALVE

5. MARK FRONT AND REAR HOUSING

Mark these parts to ensure correct reassembly.

6. REMOVE FRONT HOUSING

Using a plastic hammer, tap off the front housing.

CAUTION: Be careful that the vane plates, rotor and cam ring do not fall out.

7. REMOVE CAM RING, ROTOR AND VANE PLATES

CAUTION: Be careful not to scratch the cam ring, rotor or vane plates.

8. REMOVE STRAIGHT PINS

REMOVE ROTOR SHAFT

(a) Clamp the front housing in a vise. CAUTION: Do not tighten the vise too tight.

(b) Using a chisel and hammer, pry off the oil seal.

(c) Using snap ring pliers, remove the snap ring.

(d) Using a plastic hammer, lightly tap the rotor shaft out of the front housing.

REMOVE REAR PLATE AND SPRING

Using a plastic hammer, tap the bottom end of the rear housing, and remove the rear plate and spring.

CAUTION: Avoid gripping the rear plate with pliers as this could damage it.

REMOVE PRESSURE PORT UNION

REMOVE FLOW CONTROL VALVE AND SPRING CAUTION: Use care not drop, scratch or nick this valve.

REMOVE FLOW CONTROL SPRING SEAT

(a) Using snap ring pliers, remove the snap ring.

(b) Install a suitable bolt to the spring seat and pull it out

Seated Posture Exercise

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