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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 15-02-2011
Removal 1. Disconnect battery ground cable. 2. Disconnect power steering pressure (PSP) switch electrical connector. 3. Remove power steering pressure (PSP) switch from power steering pressure hose. 4. On 2.0L engine, remove one nut, two bolts and disconnect power steering pressure hose from power steering pump bracket and engine lifting bracket. 5. On 2.5L engine, remove one bolt and disconnect power steering pressure hose from front engine support insulator. 6. Remove power steering pump auxiliary reservoir as outlined. 7. Raise vehicle on hoist. Refer to Section 00-02. 8. Remove front sub-frame. Refer to Section 02-01. 9. Remove six bolts and steering gear cover plate from front sub-frame. 10. Disconnect power steering pressure hose and power steering return hose unions from steering gear. 11. Remove two bolts retaining power steering pressure and return hoses to front sub-frame and remove power steering pressure and return hoses. CAUTION: Whenever the power steering pressure and return hoses and/or steering gear are disconnected, the power steering pressure and return hoses and/or steering gear should be plugged to prevent system contamination. If the power steering system becomes contaminated with dirt or other foreign matter, power steering pump and/or steering gear failure may result. Installation 1. Position power steering pressure and return hoses to front sub-frame and secure with two bolts. Tighten bolts to 28 Nm (21 lb-ft). 2. Connect power steering pressure hose and power steering return hose unions to steering gear. Tighten unions to 31 Nm (23 lb-ft). 3. Install steering gear cover plate and secure with six bolts. Tighten bolts to 50 Nm (37 lb-ft). 4. Install front sub-frame. Refer to Section 02-01. 5. Lower vehicle. 6. Install power steering pump auxiliary reservoir as outlined. 7. On 2.5L engine, connect power steering pressure hose to front engine suppor t insulator and secure with one bolt. Tighten bolt to 6 Nm (53 lb-in). 8. On 2.0L engine, connect power steering pressure hose to power steering pump bracket and engine lifting bracket. Secure with one nut and two bolts. Tighten nut and bolts to 6 Nm (53 lb-in). 9. Install power steering pressure (PSP) switch into power steering pressure hose. 10. Connect power steering pressure (PSP) switch electrical connector. 11. Connect battery ground cable. 12. Refill power steering fluid as necessary and bleed system. Refer to Section 11-00. Hose Fittings, Pressure and Return Line at Steering Gear and Pump
Filed Under (Chevrolet) by admin on 01-01-2011
SUBJECT: MODELS: Loss of Power Steering Assist – Replace Electric Power Steering Motor 2005-2010 Chevrolet Cobalt 2005 Pontiac Pursuit 2005-2006 Pontiac G4 2006 Pontiac G5 Pursuit 2007-2010 Pontiac G5 Equipped with Electric Power Steering 2005-2010 model year Chevrolet Cobalt vehicles; 2005 model year Pontiac Pursuit; 2005-2006 model year Pontiac G4; 2006 model year Pontiac G5 Pursuit; and 2007-2010 model year Pontiac G5 vehicles equipped with electric power steering. Some of these vehicles have a condition in which a sudden loss of power steering assist could occur at any time while driving the vehicle. If the power steering assist is lost, a chime will sound and a “Power Steering” message will be displayed in the Driver Information Center to inform the driver of the condition. Steering control will be maintained, as the vehicle defaults to a manual steering mode. If power steering assist is lost, it may require greater driver effort at low vehicle speeds, for example, below 15 mph (25 km/h). Unless a driver compensates for this additional effort, it may increase the risk of a crash. Typically, the next time the vehicle is started, the power steering assist will return and the “Power Steering” message will no longer be displayed. EPS Motor Replacement Procedure Note: The use of Loctite is no longer required. Loctite should not be used for any further applications. 1. Connect the Tech 2® to the vehicle and check for diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). 2. Record any present DTCs on the repair order and during claim submission. 3. Clear any DTCs that are present. 4. Remove the power steering assist motor. Refer to Power Steering Assist Motor Replacement in SI. Note: For 2005 model year vehicles only: Do NOT install the o-ring between the motor assembly and the steering column assembly. The new service motor kit will include an o- ring, but DO NOT install the o-ring for 2005 model year vehicles only. 5. Install the new power steering assist motor. Refer to Power Steering Assist Motor Replacement in SI. 6. Perform Test Drive.
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 03-07-2010
1. Place a drain pan under the vehicle. 2. Remove the accessory drive belt. Refer to Drive Belt Replacement in Engine. 3. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting. 4. Remove the tire and wheel assembly. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation. 5. Remove the power steering pressure hose from the power steering pump. Refer to Power Steering Pressure Hose Replacement. 6. Remove the power steering return hose from the power steering pump. Refer to Power Steering Return Hose Replacement . 7. Remove the power steering mounting bolts from the power steering pump. 8. Remove the power steering pump. 9. Remove the power steering pump reservoir from the power steering pump. 10. Transfer the power steering pump pulley. Refer to Power Steering Pulley Replacement Installation Procedure 1. Install the power steering pump reservoir to the power steering pump. 2. Position the power steering pump to the engine. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions. 3. Install the power steering pump mounting bolts. Tighten the mounting bolts to 34 Nm (25 ft. lbs.) .
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 14-11-2010
Steering Vibration/Shudder/Moan During Parking Maneuvers on Dry Pavement (Install Power Steering Pressure (Inlet) and/or Return (Outlet) Hose Assembly) 1995-99 Buick Riviera 1997-2001 Buick Park Avenue, Ultra 2000-2001 Buick LeSabre 2000-2001 Pontiac Bonneville steering vibration, shudder or moan noise when steering during parking maneuvers on dry pavement. Correction Install a new power steering pressure (inlet) hose assembly on the following vehicles: • 1995-98 Buick Riviera • 1997-98 Buick Park Avenue and Ultra Install a new power steering pressure (inlet) and return (outlet) hose assembly on the following vehicles: • 1999 Buick Riviera • 1999-2001 Buick Park Avenue and Ultra • 2000-2001 Buick LeSabre • 2000-2001 Pontiac Bonneville 1. Verify that the power steering pump reservoir is full. • If fluid level is low, fill and check for leaks. • If power steering system has air in the system, perform the “Bleeding Air from Power Steering System” procedure as described in the Power Steering System sub-section of the Service Manual. Important: When performing the “Bleeding Air from Power Steering System” procedure, it is important that the front of the vehicle is supported by the lower control arms. If the vehicle is not supported by the lower control arms, the procedure may cause the strut bushing to dislocate and cause new concern. Verify that the accessory drive belt is in good condition and that the pulleys are not bent or damaged. Verify proper belt tension and operation of the belt tensioner. Check for power steering hose ground out conditions. Check for good engine idle and correct engine RPM. Check to see that the rear transaxle mount does not have a plastic assembly aid installed which is used 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-04-2010
ISSUE Some 2001-2005 Taurus/Sable, 2001-2006 Escape and 2005-2006 Mariner vehicles built prior to
1-17-2006 equipped with the 3.0L 4V Duratec engine may exhibit a ticking noise from the left bank cylinder head, with the engine at normal operating temperature only.
ACTION To diagnose, with the engine running and warm (normal operation temperature), using a mechanic’s stethoscope determine if the ticking noise is coming from the left hand intake camshaft at cylinder number 6, (Figure 1). If the ticking noise can be verified, refer to the following Service Procedure.