So you got a Power Steering Leak
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04-22-2013, 04:44 PM #21
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You have the power steering cooler in the upper rad hose, correct? That "C" shaped support for the cooler comes out of the the fan shroud by spinning it about 180 degrees. It'll slide out then. See the pic below. The support fits into a triangle shaped hole and it spun around to hold it in place. I think there is probably just enough play in the upper hose to pull the cooler up out of the clamp/support, twist the support, and remove it. then the cooler/rad hose can be pushed out of the way for the P/steering pulley tool.
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04-22-2013, 04:52 PM #22
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Thanks alot that work perfectly. I ended up removing the hose completely though before i figured out that the support bracket could be removed. And yes, now i have to refill my coolant. It was a nice amateur mistake.
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02-10-2016, 11:53 AM #23
02-10-2016, 03:33 PM #24
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Sorta Update. Still using the same pump but have upgraded to TurnOne Pulley. Well worth the money spent. No longer need to remove the pulley to access the bolts.
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