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Old 11-10-2005, 13:01   #1 (permalink)
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Power Steering Pump Ques.

I'm not even gonna go into how I should know this--but I don't-I'm
replacing the high press. line on the PSP in my 72 F-100,(360, Cherry,
makes even me look cool). No press. in line now-big hole- Once its
replaced, can I just fill up the res. then bleed it by turning the wheel
to and fro? Any advice is allways nice.
Thanx.

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Old 11-10-2005, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Power Steering Pump Ques.

replace pressure line.might even want to replace return line.use trans
cooler line available at almost any parts house and good worm clamps. cut
off crimp fitting if necessary. refill resevoir when finished.start up
truck and turn wheel side to side.don't hold it in full turn stop for
long.recheck level and top off to cold full.drive around for a while and
recheck level with fluid hot.

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