Power Steering Pump Rebuilds


 

Professional power steering pump rebuilding

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After Rebuild

Extreme Detailing

 
 
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Before


What we do:

 

  • The pump is inspected for external damage and physical function

  • Then it's disassembled and inspected for internal damage and wear

  • Shafts are reconditioned and polished or replaced

  • Housings are honed

  • Parts are solvent cleaned and prepared for reassembly

  • The unit is reassembled with new OEM (original equipment manufacturer) seals, bearings and other parts as needed

  • All settings and adjustments are set to factory specifications

  • Functional testing is performed

  • Standard detailing includes priming & painting the pump in a low gloss black paint.

  • Optional “Extreme Detailing" takes the reservoir (and pulley & brackets if attached) down to bare metal. Cosmetic dents in the reservoir are hammered out to the greatest extent possible. Primer is applied to the pump assembly then the unit is sprayed with low gloss black high temperature, chemical resistant finish coat. 

NOTE:  If a unit is non-rebuildable due to damage or extreme rust, the customer is notified of their options:

  • Return the unit to the customer
  • Supply the customer with a rebuildable core unit for an additional charge.
  • Other possibilities

 
Marty, I just wanted to say thank you so much for your work, the power steering pump looks awesome!
— DANA - CLARENCE, NY - 1964 W100 POWER WAGON (APR 2017), MOPAR TRW PUMP
 

More testimonials on the Customers and Cars page


How it Works:

Getting Your Steering Pump Professionally Rebuilt Is As Easy As 1-2-3!

  1. Remove your power steering pump
  2. Bring or send it to PowerSteering.com (please see our shipping guide).
  3. Once we complete our professional rebuilding process, your pump will be returned and ready for re-installation.  

Pricing:

  • Our most common rebuilds:
    • 1960s, 1970s & 1980s GM & Ford automobile and light truck pumps - $139.00
      • with pulley attached add $10.00
      • with bracket(s) attached add $10.00
    • 1950s and up Mopar TRW or Federal Pumps - $189.00
      • with pulley attached add $10.00
      • with bracket(s) attached add $10.00
    • Standard Detailing: Included at no charge (priming & painting), Optional Extreme Detailing: $15.00 
  • Other pumps, call for pricing:
    • 1950s GM & Ford Power Steering Pumps
    • Medium Duty Truck Power Steering:
      • Ford F600, F700 & F800 - Eaton Pumps
      • GM Kodiak and TopKick - Saginaw and ZF pumps
    • Heavy Duty Power Steering  - LUK & Vickers pumps
    • Import Power Steering Pumps
    • Marine Merc Power Steering Pumps
    • Industrial Power Steering Pumps

Limited Lifetime Warranty:

PowerSteering.com warrants all power steering products remanufactured by PowerSteering.com to be free of defects in materials and workmanship as long as the original purchaser owns the vehicle and the component was installed to factory specifications (excluding commercial vehicles*). PowerSteering.com agrees to repair or replace (at their discretion) any remanufactured unit or component that fails due to material or workmanship.  


This warranty does not apply to units or components that fail due to installer and/or operator negligence, accidents, alterations of factory specifications, changes in adjustments, disassembly, inappropriate installation or failure to flush the power steering system prior to installation.

PowerSteering.com will not pay labor claims, shipping charges, or claims of compensated damages. Warranty claims must be accompanied by a copy of the receipt.

*Commercial vehicle units are warranted for a period of 12 months with the same stipulations as non-commercial vehicles.