REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
See Figure 1
- Place a drain pan under the pump.
- Disconnect the pressure hose from the pump.
- Disconnect the suction hose from the pump and drain the fluid into the drain pan.
- Loosen the pump mounting bolts and remove the drive belt.
- Remove the pump-to-mounting bracket bolts and remove the pump.
Install the pump and tighten the mounting bolts as follows:
18-24 ft. lbs. (25-33 Nm)-except Tiburon and 1996-98 Elantra
- Connect the suction hose to the pump.
- Connect the pressure hose to the pump. Tighten fitting to 41-44 ft. lbs. (55-60 Nm).
When installing the hoses, make sure you push it at least 25-30mm onto the return tube. The hoses should be twisted or allowed to come in contact with an other component in the engine compartment.
- Install the drive belt and adjust the tension.
- Fill the system fluid.
- Bleed the system.
- Ensure that the reservoir is full of Dexron®II automatic transmission fluid.
- Raise and safely support the front wheels of the vehicle.
- Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock 5 or 6 times.
- Disconnect the coil wire and connect to a solid ground. Operate the starter motor intermittently for 15 to 20 seconds and turn the steering wheel from lock to lock 5 or 6 times.
Ensure that the reservoir is full during air bleeding to prevent the fluid level from falling below the lower position of the filter.
- Connect the coil wire and start the engine.
- Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock until no more air bubbles are visible in the reservoir.
- Confirm that the oil is not milky and that the fluid level is correct.
- Confirm that there is little change in the fluid level when the steering wheel is turned to the left and right.
An abrupt rise in the fluid level after stopping the engine is a sign of incomplete bleeding. If this occurs, repeat the bleeding procedure.