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Old 12-30-2014, 11:09 PM   #1
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Question replacing power steering pump on 89 Six cylinder f150

I have been trying to find directions for changing the power steering pump, which sets up on the top, driver side of my 4.9 inline six. Do I need a puller to get the pulley off, and can I change it without taking the mounting bracket off? The mounting bracket also has the idler pulley attached, and maybe something else, not sure. I didn't see any youtubes on it, but written instructions would do. I want to make this as short and sweet as possible, since it's in the twenties here in St. Louis. Thanks
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You need a pulley puller and installer, you can leave the bracket on the engine. Don't know for certain but autozone has a loan a tool program and they may have the puller/installer set if you have them up there. Some pumps come with a threaded bolt and washers to install the pulley back on but still need the puller to remove it.
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