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6 Loosen the clamp and disconnect the fluid return hose from the pump (see illustration).

7 Remove the pressure line-to-pump banjo bolt (see illustration 20.6), then detach the line from the pump. Remove and discard

20.2 Power steering pump fluid return hose (left arrow), pressure pipe (centre arrow) and vacuum pipes (right arrow)

20.6 Power steering pump return hose (left arrow) and pressure pipe union bolt (right arrow)

20.9 Working from underneath, disconnect the two vacuum hoses (arrowed) from the pump

20.2 Power steering pump fluid return hose (left arrow), pressure pipe (centre arrow) and vacuum pipes (right arrow)

20.6 Power steering pump return hose (left arrow) and pressure pipe union bolt (right arrow)

20.9 Working from underneath, disconnect the two vacuum hoses (arrowed) from the pump

20.10a Undo the adjuster bolt (left arrow); if you need to remove the bracket, undo the two bolts (right arrows) the copper sealing washers. They must be renewed when refitting the pump.

8 Raise the front of the vehicle and place it securely on axle stands (see Jacking and vehicle support).

9 Working from underneath the vehicle, detach the two vacuum lines from the pump

(see illustration).

10 Loosen the pivot bolt (underneath) and adjuster bolt (above) and remove the drivebelt (see Chapter 1). Remove the pivot, adjuster and mounting bolts (see illustrations), then remove the pump from the vehicle.

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