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98 Chevy:XXXXX.Power steering pump

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98 Chevy 2500 P/U Truck 350 Engine,XXXXX Power steering pump has a sensor bottom back side. How do you get it off the old pump. Do I need to just replace this part too?

appears just remove the snapring looks like a slide in

 

Variable Assist Steering Actuator Replacement - Off Vehicle

Disassembly Procedure


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  1. Remove the negative (-) battery cable.
  2. Remove the electrical connector from the variable assist steering actuator (1).
  3. Remove pump assembly from the vehicle, if the variable assist steering actuator (1) is not accessible.
  4. Remove the retaining ring (2) from the variable assist steering actuator (1).
  5. Remove the variable assist steering actuator (1).

Assembly Procedure


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  1. Lubricate the new O-ring seal with power steering fluid.
  2. Install the variable assist steering actuator (1) to the pump assembly.

    Tighten
    Tighten the variable assist steering actuator (1) to 62N·m (46 lb ft).

  3. Install the negative (-) battery cable.

    Important: If a new variable assist steering actuator (1) is being installed, position the electrical connector before installing the retaining ring (2).

  4. Install the electrical connector to the variable assist steering actuator (1).
  5. Install the retaining ring (2) to the variable assist steering actuator (1).
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