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    my cousin drop his 13 year old diesel engine toyota revo in my garage to fix a leaking power steering pump..
    first things first.

    1. i need to remove the two hoses from the pump..one is coming from the fluid reservoir and the other is the pressure hose that is connected to the power steering column.

    2. remove the fan belt and pulley.

    3. then the bolt that attaching the pump from the engine

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    bottom view of the pump..

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  • #2
    Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

    fixing is easy when you have the right tool for the right job

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    after removing the pump..

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    removing dirt and grease..para hindi messy.

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    • #3
      Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

      dismantling the pump..

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      inside view of the pump..

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      removing oil seal..bore two holes then pull it up using my pick tools..

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      • #4
        Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

        now the oil seal is been removed..

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        then i also need to pull out the bearing to see the second oil seal inside..

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        i removed the bearing by tapping it with rubber mallet..dont use hammer or else you may damage the shaft or spline.if you don't have rubber mallet a wooden handle of hammer will do..[IMG][/IMG]

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        • #5
          Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

          after removing the bearing.as you can see from the picture there is a secondary oil seal sitting inside the pump housing..

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          i removed this by pushing it out from the back using screw driver and hammer..

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          oil seal kit..dumayo pa ng manila para makakita lang nato..i went to toyota cabanatuan unfortunately they had no replacement parts by order lang daw and it takes a week or two before i can get the kit..

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          • sid
            sid commented
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            Sir naghahanap ako ng oil seal niyan kung meron ka yung outer seal lang kung meron..san kaya makahanap ako please help...thanks..

        • #6
          Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

          inserting new oil seal..i use socket to prevent uneven entry of the oil seal in the housing.

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          and now for the bearing.. put some oil to the shaft to pre lubricate the seal and bushing as well..

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          • #7
            Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

            inseting the bearing..

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            lock that comes in a kit is much thicker..so i choose to retain the original bearing lock..

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            lubricating oil seal housing for smooth entry when inserting the new oil seal..

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            • #8
              Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

              applying silicone gasket to prevent the chances of leaking..

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              in high speed motion, the vane (a fan like blade) will open which forcing the liquid to enter in the power steering column then the piston inside the column will react and assist every time the driver steer..as far as i know this is how power steering works.
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              • #9
                Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

                complete assembled pump..

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                back to his duty again.
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                after leak testing and run it for a short while..and it works perfectly fine!
                so i inform the owner that his car is ready to go..he quickly get his car out of my garage and paid me 1k..not bad for a half day job! much longer to take pictures than the actuall job.hehehe.

                hope this will help when fixing your own leaking pump..that's all folks!

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                • #10
                  Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

                  Bro bugel,




                  Pero and mahal naman ng damage ! HEHEHEHE
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                  • #11
                    Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

                    LOL ... go go go . More money for buying tools .
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                    • #12
                      Re: replacing oil seal from a leaking power steering pump

                      Pero and mahal naman ng damage ! HEHEHEHE[/QUOTE]


                      yeah,it seems too high for a simple job..but roaming and searching for parts is not an easy thing
                      not mentioning the traffic and skin burn due to a hot weather now a days..magagalit si dra.vicky
                      hehehe.. i think 1k is fair enough..

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                      • #13
                        Saan ka nabili ng oil seal sir?? Hindi ako nakahanap..baka may contact ka sir..tnx

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                        • #14
                          Originally posted by sid View Post
                          Saan ka nabili ng oil seal sir?? Hindi ako nakahanap..baka may contact ka sir..tnx
                          Sorry for the late response..sir try mo sa toyota motors sa area mo baka may stock sila ng outer seal na hanap mo..nag kataon lang kasi na wala silang stock ng time na yun..if i remember correctly 120 php lang ang price nun..

                          i suggest na whole kit na ang bilhin mo to make sure na walang pangagalingan ng leak..mura lang naman..450 yata but that was before..

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by sid View Post
                            Saan ka nabili ng oil seal sir?? Hindi ako nakahanap..baka may contact ka sir..tnx

                            try WAS auto supply at banaue.. (for your future toyoparts requirement)

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