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  • All components are closely inspected and validated to meet the strictest quality standards for part durability
  • Multiple cleaning and washing stations, with regular contamination audits, for every component inside the pump minimize internal contamination to help with part service life
  • Housing is cleaned and inspected at multiple stages in the manufacturing process to help minimize corrosion and rust prior to component assembly
  • Seals and O-rings are replaced with new parts for maximum life and reliability
  • Sealing surfaces are polished, restored, and checked for microfinish. This helps ensure maximum sealing to minimize leaks
  • Assembled units are 100% functionally tested for leak-free performance, prior to packaging, to help guarantee unit performance that meets vehicle specifications
  • High-temperature seals are utilized for durability and reliability
  • Cam packs closely are inspected for any wear or imperfections and replaced with new when needed
  • Input shaft seal surfaces are micro-finished for precise fit and leak-free performance


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ACDelco Professional Remanufactured Power Steering Pumps effectively provide the hydraulic force required for power-assisted steering systems. Each Professional, premium aftermarket pump includes applicable installation instructions, and an installation kit with O-rings and pulley assembly kit when needed. Remanufacturing power steering pumps is an industry standard practice that involves disassembly of existing units, and replacing components that are most prone to wear and failure with new components. Damaged and obsolete parts are replaced and are end of line tested to perform to ACDelco specifications. In addition, remanufacturing returns components back into service rather than processing as scrap or simply disposing of them. These power steering pumps will provide the same performance, durability, and service life you expect from ACDelco.


24 Month/Unlimited Mile Limited Warranty*: Our most common Parts Warranty offers coverage on the majority of our Genuine GM Parts and ACDelco service replacement parts. Effective on parts purchased April 1, 2018 and later to the original retail purchaser. Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage.


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Do I need to change my power steering fluid regularly, even if there are no symptoms of problems with the system?
No. It is not necessary to regularly check power steering fluid unless there is a leak suspected in the system or an unusual noise is heard. A fluid loss in this system could indicate a problem. Have the system inspected and repaired. Always reference your vehicle’s service information for appropriate maintenance intervals.


Will I be unable to steer my vehicle if my power steering goes out?
No. You will be able to steer your vehicle if the power steering goes out, but it will require more effort, especially at lower speeds. If your power steering goes out, have the system inspected and repaired as soon as possible.


Should my power steering system be flushed every time it undergoes maintenance or component replacement?
Yes. The power steering fluid should be flushed whenever a component is being replaced or the system has become contaminated.


Can using the incorrect power steering fluid cause damage to my power steering system?
Yes. Use of the incorrect fluid may damage the vehicle, and the damages may not be covered by the vehicle or component’s warranty. Always use the correct fluid listed in the manufacturer’s service literature.


• Check power steering fluid levels periodically and add fluid when necessary

• Have your vehicle inspected if it exhibits any of the following symptoms: unusual noise when turning the steering wheel, a shimmy or shake in the steering wheel, heavy or unresponsive steering at low speeds or during parking lot maneuvers, and/or the steering wheel does not return to center properly.

• If you live in areas that experience harsh, winter weather, have the entire steering system inspected before winter arrives.

• It is a good idea to replace O-rings when doing any steering system service. Reusing old O-rings can cause leaks.

• Always check the specific manufacturer’s service information for the correct power steering fluid to use. Different fluids are specified by the manufacturers to meet the operating requirements of their power steering systems. On some modern steering systems, brake fluids or transmission fluids may not be compatible with pump components. Using the wrong fluid could cause hose and seal damage as well as fluid leaks.

• Keep in mind that regardless of the original color of new power steering fluid, all fluids will darken in color during use. Fluid color is not an indication of fluid condition.

• After any service of the power steering system, always bleed the air from the system and verify proper system operation. An accurate fluid level cannot be obtained unless air is bled from the steering system. The air in the fluid may cause pump cavitation noise as well as pump damage over a period of time.

• The most significant root causes of power steering failures that could lead to pump replacement are system contamination, improper pulley installation, and using the wrong fluid. Following the recommended service procedures during power steering pump replacement addresses these root causes and helps ensure the longevity of the new power steering pump while reducing the chances of premature pump failure.

• Flushing the system will help eliminate any residual contaminants from causing future pump failure. Dirty or contaminated fluid may cause low or no pressure from the power steering pump, causing the relief valve to stop functioning.

• Always follow the manufacturer’s specific instructions on flushing, but remember the following: always flush out the power steering fluid in the lines before removing the old pump and be ready with two or more quarts of power steering fluid for the flushing process.

• Refer to your owner’s manual for appropriate maintenance information.




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