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Replacing the power steering pump pulley on a Voyager

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Replacing the power steering pump pulley on a Voyager
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  Jerry replied 6 years ago.
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Power Steering Pump Pulley Replacement


  1. Remove the pulley from the shaft of the power steering pump using Puller C-4333 or C-4068, or equivalent. CAUTION: Do not hammer on power steering pump pulley. This will damage the pulley and the power steering pump.
  2. Replace pulley if it is found to be bent, cracked, or loose.


  1. Install the pulley with Installer C-4063, or equivalent. Do not use the tool adapters.
  2. Ensure that the tool and the pulley remain aligned with the pump shaft. Prevent the pulley from being cocked on the shaft.


  1. Force pulley flush with the end of the power steering rums shaft.
  2. With serpentine belts, run engine until warm (5 min.) and note any belt chirp. If chirp exists, move pulley outward approximately 0.5 mm (0.020 inch) . If noise increases, press on 1.0 mm (0.040 inch) . Be careful that pulley does not contact mounting bolts.

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