When replacing an old power steering pump, match the part numbers to ensure it is the right one. The first time you buy, make sure it is the correct one. You don’t want to end up with the wrong one and then find the correct one again.
What do we test or look at?
When testing a power steering pump, one of the first things we do is ensure that the steering isn’t stiff. If the steering feels rigid and you must apply more force to change the position of the wheels, the power steering may be faulty. Another indication of a bad power steering pump is a squealing sound when you’re going around tight corners or driving slowly.
Furthermore, we check for leaks near the power steering pump supplier. When a power steering pump is faulty, there may be a problem distributing or retaining power steering fluid, so we need to inspect the pump for any liquids.
Where to find the Part Number?
In some manufacturers, the part numbers will appear in different places. In most cases, the part number is located on the power steering pump housing, but you may find it at a different location. Furthermore, some part numbers are stamped into the housing while others may be printed on a sticker.
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