1992 GMC Jimmy power steering pump

Tiny
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  • 1992 GMC JIMMY
Steering problem
1992 GMC Jimmy 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

what must I do to remove power steering pump
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Sunday, December 28th, 2008 AT 10:42 AM

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Tiny
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Hello -

To better assist you is your vehicle just a Jimmy or is it a Jimmy Typhoon. Also please give me your engine size in liter and the 8th digit of your VIN.
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Sunday, December 28th, 2008 AT 11:21 AM
Tiny
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Sorry, the truck is accually a chevy blazer 1991 or1992 the 8th didget of vin is w. The engine is a votec 4.3 litre. Please reply asap my only transpo. Thanks for your help!
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Sunday, December 28th, 2008 AT 11:53 AM
Tiny
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If you are not sure of the year then please give me the entire VIN number.
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Sunday, December 28th, 2008 AT 12:26 PM
Tiny
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Hello, vin# 1gncs13w4n2181913 chevy blazer, thank you!
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Sunday, December 28th, 2008 AT 12:48 PM
Tiny
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The information you requested and bleeding procedures.

Also, your vehicle is: 1992 Chevy Truck S10/T10 Blazer 2WD V6-262 4.3L VIN W CPI


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Disconnect pressure and return hoses from power steering pump or steering gear housing, then secure ends in raised position to prevent oil drainage. Cap all open lines and fittings.
Remove power steering pump belt, then power steering pump attaching bolts.
Remove power steering pump assembly, Fig. 22.

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Fill pump fluid reservoir to proper level and let fluid settle for at least two minutes.
Start and run engine for a few seconds. Do not turn steering wheel.
Turn engine Off. Check fluid level, add fluid if necessary.
Repeat above procedure until fluid level remains constant after running engine.
Raise front end of vehicle so wheels are off ground.
Start engine. Slowly turn steering wheel in both directions, lightly contacting wheel stops.
Add power steering fluid, if necessary.
Lower vehicle and turn steering wheel slowly from lock to lock.
Stop engine. Check fluid level and refill as required.
If fluid is extremely foamy, allow vehicle to stand a few minutes and repeat above procedure.
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Sunday, December 28th, 2008 AT 1:10 PM
Tiny
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Hello -

I was reviewing previous posts and wanted to provide you with this info. Looks like you may have some recalls on your vehicle. The dealer may fix these for free. Please contact the dealer service department, give them the VIN number of your car and have them check on these to see if they apply to you.

96067A
06/01/1997
Recall - Linear EGR System Sticking Open/Closed

06027A
05/23/2007
Campaign - Interior Front Door Handles

99034A
09/01/1999
Campaign - CMFI Unit Cleaning/Replacement

DCS01277
09/05/1991
Campaign - 02-313 Stop Delivery Notice Update

NHTSA99V193000
07/01/1999
Recall 99V193000: ABS 4WD Switch Defective

NHTSANHTSA93V008000
01/05/1993
Recall 93V008000: Cooling Fan Replacement

NHTSA93V008000
01/05/1993
Recall 93V008000: Engine Cooling Fan Blade Breaks
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Tuesday, December 30th, 2008 AT 8:58 PM

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