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02 Suburban: What power steering pump is this?

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Old July 9th, 2018, 3:26 PM
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​​​​​​I am in the middle of replacing a faulty power steering pump andthe replacement pump I've got looks different from the one I pulled out of the car
Old one
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The old one has a sensor on it which may ne removed easily, but it's not tha easy to remove the rest of the assembly. Am I supposed to do that or is there some kind of rebuild-kit for this?
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Looks like that sensor might go where that blue plug in the back is. See what is under that blue plug.
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Originally Posted by ODECiF View Post
Hello,
I am in the middle of replacing a faulty power steering pump andthe replacement pump I've got looks different from the one I pulled out of the car
Old one
New one
The old one has a sensor on it which may ne removed easily, but it's not tha easy to remove the rest of the assembly. Am I supposed to do that or is there some kind of rebuild-kit for this?
ACDELCO 36P1382 {#19319908) power steering pump.
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Looks like that sensor might go where that blue plug in the back is. See what is under that blue plug.
So it would seem, and when I look at various Youtube videos that is the hole where one of the lines is supposed to go to. In my old pump there is a hole at the end of the arm that sticks out from the sensor in which said line is connected to instead.

That arm doesn't seem like it's supposed to be removed (it's stuck really hard), but I'll keep trying.
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