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Old 07-03-2013, 03:25 AM   #1
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Alright so I've had enough of this whining power steering pump. I hate hearing it when I pull outa my drive way or at lower speeds going through town. I was wondering if they're was some kinda of aftermarket pump I can install? I'm not worried about price
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Some say replace it and its been fine. Some say you'll always have that problem with our years of stang. Idk, i havent had any experience with it. Best of luck
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:23 AM   #3
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Some say replace it and its been fine. Some say you'll always have that problem with our years of stang. Idk, i havent had any experience with it. Best of luck
I've had it replaced once and Tried different fluids. Wasnt sure if there was an aftermarket one I could find
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Stick with OEM...and make sure you are using atf fluid.
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So I've really listened to it. And I think it's my alternator. I jacked the car up an turned the wheels. And the pump was listen. So I felt like its the alternator. Gonna be getting a new in the morning
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I've had it replaced once and Tried different fluids. Wasnt sure if there was an aftermarket one I could find
My green one has never had that problem, however the black one has the whining all the time when turning
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Check the idler pulley, I always thought that it was my alternator or pump till one day I had the belt off n I spun the idler pulley, the bearings were really bad and making the grinding noise
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Check the idler pulley, I always thought that it was my alternator or pump till one day I had the belt off n I spun the idler pulley, the bearings were really bad and making the grinding noise
I change the idler a little while ago along with my steering pump. And jst changed my alternator. Still no fix. It drives me crazy. I jst gotta accept it's a mustang thing
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