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Power Steering Pump Output shaft leak...

So the drive pulley seal on the Power Steering Pump on my truck is leaking. Not horrible but when i pull the PS line I have to remove the pulley as well. so im wondering if that seal its self can be replaced on the pump without removing it or if you just have to get a whole new pump?

or any other input would be great

guess i spoke too soon the other day when i said nothing has given me issues yet. almost made it to 80k miles
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I do not beleave the PSpump is servicable. mmeaning u have to replace it
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You'll be putting a pump on it.
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btw, it will take about 1.3 hours and they cost 175.31 at the dealer
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easier to replace whole thing....im on my 3 PS pump for that same problem.....
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just add it to the list of things to do when you start choppin
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anyone know the price for a new one? im sure i can change it myself...

no way im paying the dealer 175+ to do it.
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just add it to the list of things to do when you start choppin

lol ill prolly wait until you can watch the fluid running down the engine
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lol ill prolly wait until you can watch the fluid running down the engine

smoke like a freight train and be like thats my blown 460 under the hood smokin the horsepowers right out
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Zach check one of the online ford dealers like https://www.1stfordparts.com/index.html

You will have to get a pump for it unfortunately that seal is not serviceable.
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What usually happens,is the front bearing starts failing inside the pump causing the seal to wear out prematurly.That is why they want you to buy a pump and not the seal it self.Now that is what happens some of the time,but not all of the time.
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Zach check one of the online ford dealers like https://www.1stfordparts.com/index.html

You will have to get a pump for it unfortunately that seal is not serviceable.

alright bill thanks

sounds like a dealer only part right now?
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Check ebay i bet you'll find one cheap on there
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alright bill thanks

sounds like a dealer only part right now?
Im on the way to the dealer right now, ill check on the price and give ya a call.
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