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Looking for a source for power steering pumps #2715469
11/13/19 03:41 PM
11/13/19 03:41 PM
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Grosse Isle, Mi
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Hi, I'm repairing a customers car. 68 340 Cuda. The pump is leaking, does anyone have a rebuilder?
I've called cardone, advance, autozone, orielly, so far no one can get a unit
Thanks

Re: Looking for a source for power steering pumps [Re: Hemidavey] #2715471
11/13/19 03:43 PM
11/13/19 03:43 PM
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Have you looked into just buying a seal kit and rebuilding it yourself? That's what I did with my Saganaw. Advance Auto had a seal kit for it. One kit just included the seals. They had another kit that included the shaft bushing.

Re: Looking for a source for power steering pumps [Re: burdar] #2715604
11/14/19 12:30 AM
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Steer n gear had seal kits for the federal and trw pumps, pretty sure they could help you.

Re: Looking for a source for power steering pumps [Re: burdar] #2715622
11/14/19 05:01 AM
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Originally Posted by burdar
Have you looked into just buying a seal kit and rebuilding it yourself? That's what I did with my Saganaw. Advance Auto had a seal kit for it. One kit just included the seals. They had another kit that included the shaft bushing.


Yeah that would be the way to go

Re: Looking for a source for power steering pumps [Re: Morty426] #2715623
11/14/19 06:05 AM
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Got mine from rock auto and built it myself for a customers 69 federal pump. It was leaking from the bottom bolt hole. Use the Right Stuff sealant on the o ring around the can I used a little dab on the flat o ring for the bottom bolt as well. Mine was leaking pretty bad. I pulled it off to watch and locate the leak Most rebuilders don’t include the can anyway.

Re: Looking for a source for power steering pumps [Re: Hemidavey] #2716721
11/17/19 12:49 PM
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Easy fix. Assuming it's a TRW/Federal pump, and the can isn't cracked, only 3 places it can leak from - the seal for the output shaft to the pulley, the big o ring for the can, and a smaller o ring between the can and pump casting where the bolt goes thru the can into the pump casting for the bracket. Only tough part is the pulling the pulley, but the right tool makes it easy.


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