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2000 dodge caravan remove mounting assembly to release power steering pump. I have already removed the passenger wheel and wheel well took all the bolts from the pump and all i could find from the mounting brackets, i even ended up removing the alternator and it's brackets, it seems that there is a bolt somewhere around the tension idler pulley. but i can't see it. once i get the mounting brackets loose i will be on my way to replacing the power steering pump.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-09-2020

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I have changed the pump out on my wife's 99 Voyager, 3.3 liter. Per my manual (and experence) there should be a nut at the back of the pump connecting it to the bracket. Then there are three (3) bolts which connect the pump to the bracket (front of pump under pulley. I my memory serves part of the front bracket will have to be removed with the pump. Lastly, if a 3.3 or 3.8 V6 you;ll have to remove the exhaust where it connects to the back manifold (has a flex pipe to it. Trust me on this the manual is correct with removing the ehaust from the engine, I tried to prove the engineers wrong but its the only way out and back in. Plan for these four (4) bolts to break and replace with new when putting pump back in, use new exhaust gasket too. To remove/install pulley to pump you'll need a special puller, cheap to by or may be rented.
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\015\012I hope this may have assited you,
\015\012Tom
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