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Honda Civic Power Steering Pump Replacement Costs

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Honda Civic Power Steering Pump Replacement Costs

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Car
Location
Price
2005 Honda Civic
1.7L L4 • 200,000 miles
AZ 85296
$392 - $480
2009 Honda Civic
1.8L L4 • 120,000 miles
AZ 85035
$541 - $661
2010 Honda Civic
1.8L L4 DX • 128,411 miles
CA 91790
$514 - $628
2008 Honda Civic
• 146,000 miles
AZ 85339
$541 - $661
2016 Honda Civic
2.0L L4 • 65,000 miles
TX 76227
$283 - $345
2004 Honda Civic
1.7L L4 • 200,000 miles
CA 92316
$331 - $405
2008 Honda Civic
1.8L L4 • 140,000 miles
CA 91730
$473 - $578
2010 Honda Civic
1.8L L4 • 119,000 miles
WA 98665
$514 - $628
2009 Honda Civic
1.8L L4 • 140,000 miles
AZ 85234
$485 - $593
2008 Honda Civic
1.8L L4 DX • 180,000 miles
AZ 85286
$485 - $593
Last Updated:
Sep 7, 2021 10:38 AM
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What is a Power Steering Pump?

Ever tried to drive a car without power steering? Yeah, not feeling so good about the muscles anymore, are you? That’s because your car has power steering. Here’s the super simple rundown: Your steering system relies on fluid for added pressure when you steer. When you move the wheel, the fluid moves towards the steering gear, creating high pressure, and therefore power. And who do you think is responsible for pressurizing and moving the fluid? That’s a rhetorical question. The power steering pump is obviously the answer.

Symptoms of failing Power Steering Pumps

Fluid leaks

If the ground under your car starts looking like the bed at your first sleepover, then your car may also have sprung a leak. A malfunctioning power steering pump will often result in leaks of red or brownish-red fluid, though some pumps may use clear fluid.

Whining noise

No, cars don’t have feelings, but yes, they can still whine. And if your car is whining or groaning, especially as your RPMs increase, then your power steering pump may be calling out for the day.

How urgent is replacing a Power Steering Pump?

You’re unlikely to cause much more damage by continuing to drive your car. But, with that said, your car has power steering for a reason, and that reason is that it’s a lot easier, and a lot safer.

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