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Prices will vary based on vehicle make and model, and location. Here’s an estimate of what a power steering pump replacement costs:
How often should the power steering pump be replaced?
You should get your power steering pump replaced at least every 100,000 miles. To increase the lifespan of your power steering pump, ensure you regularly service your vehicle.
You won’t likely cause more damage to your vehicle if you continue to drive with a bad power steering pump. However, the heavier the vehicle, the harder it’ll be to turn the steering wheel. The power steering pump is there for a reason — to help you maneuver your car, and make driving safer for you in the long run.
A power steering pump replacement (PS pump replacement) can be done as a DIY job at home. However, if you’re not familiar with auto parts, it’s best to let a professional mechanic handle the repair job to avoid hurting yourself or doing any more damage to your car.
With that said, here’s how to perform a power steering pump replacement:
You need to access your power steering pump first:
Here’s how to disconnect the power steering pump itself:
This is how to install a new power steering pump:
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