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Old 22nd-July-2011, 12:13 PM   #1
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Saginaw p/s pump

I have a leak on my Saginaw power steering pump on the back side at the bottom where it bolts to my bracket, seems like that bolt could be a drain but lines up with my bracket. is there a special stud to use here? or should i not be using it as a mount? Any ideas?
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Old 22nd-July-2011, 04:36 PM   #2
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if the pump was removed from the can you'd see a square seal behind that and the other can to pump bolts, a seal for the pressure relief nut that the pressure hose screws into.... there's also an O ring that surrounds the outer diameter of the pump... 2 (maybe 5/8" dia) small square seals, one larger seal (maybe 1" dia) and the can to pump O ring seal (maybe 4" dia). the bolt in particular you're asking about has a flat hex head in the middle of two studs, one side screws into the can & pump, the other side the bracket slides over and is retained with a washer & nut...

there is also an oil seal (like a wheel seal for example) behind the pulley for the pump shaft to pump body...

hope i helped...


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here's an image of the proper bolt...

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Nice work Flyer!!! i def. do not have that bolt. im going to find one from the junkyard. Thanks!
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