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post #1 of 6 Old 05-21-2016, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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Alright hope you guys are some help. So I broke the high pressure line of the power steering pump when replacing it today I broke then line going to the pump itself. then started to pull bolts to try and remove the pump but the pump would break free any thoughts on what bolts i need to remove to get it off. (I will probably be posting again tomorrow on how to get the broken hose out of the pump so if any advice on that before i get started would be much appreciated) i have a 2.5L YJ.

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There are only four bolts that hold the pump on, two of those are through a bracket and two bolts hold that bracket to the frame. Six total bolts.

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There are only four bolts that hold the pump on, two of those are through a bracket and two bolts hold that bracket to the frame. Six total bolts.
He might be having trouble with the belt adjusting bolt. A bit of a brain teaser if its your first time messing with it.

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He might be having trouble with the belt adjusting bolt. A bit of a brain teaser if its your first time messing with it.

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Funny, I only just realized he said power steering pump even though I said pump in my earlier comment I was referring to the the steering box not pump. Should've had another cup of coffee before commenting.

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was an easier fix then what I thought! thanks all for the help!
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