- Jul 30, 2012
- Albuquerque NM
Sag and never look back. Easy to Install, easy to replace, cheap and steering is easier than it was with the Toyota. I’d have to look back but I think it’s been at least 5 years for me.
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The YODA pumps always seeped a little but never had any other problems with them. However with Ford's, I'm never sure if they are supercharged or just need another steering overhaul.I don’t know how you guys that live up north don’t complain all the time about the Toyota pump. When it drops below 30 degrees here in Alabama the stock pump groans something awful until it gets warm.
One of mine weeps as well as groaning. Just when really coldThe YODA pumps always seeped a little but never had any other problems with them. However with Ford's, I'm never sure if they are supercharged or just need another steering overhaul.
I learned early that you never crank the wheel unless you are moving. That wisdom may be key to power steering longevity.
Give her a jeep on condition she has to do all repairs. Nevermind, keep your marriage instead.One of mine weeps as well as groaning. Just when really cold
Everything I had growing up was manual steering so that advice was hardwired into me.
My wife cranks the wheel lock to lock, at a dead stop! It takes all I’ve got to not give her another “driving lesson” every time
Ended up with OEM and the dummy idler pulley from TLC. Pretty straightforward install. Good project to do with Dad while he was visiting! Thanks for the help everyone.
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Finally finished the pump install 😂. Thanks @ToyotaMatt !
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