Ford Mustang Service Manual: Power Steering (Description and Operation)

Power Steering (Description and Operation)

System View

Steering System Components - 3.8L Engine

 


 

Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine


Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine

 


 

Steering Gear Mounting


Steering Gear Mounting

 


 

Steering Gear


Steering Gear

 


 


Power Steering Pump - CII


Power Steering Pump - CII

Power Steering Pump - CIII


Power Steering Pump - CIII

Power Steering Gear Identification


Power Steering Gear Identification

CAUTION: Always use the ID code when ordering service parts.

The steering gear identification code is stamped into the housing.

 


 

Power Steering Pump Identification


Power Steering Pump Identification

CAUTION: Always use the ID code when ordering service parts.

The pump identification code is located on a tag attached to the power steering pump.

 


 

Reservoir - CIII Pump


    Power Steering
    General Specifications Torque Specifications a - Once torque is reached, continue turning to align slot in nut with cotter pin hole in tie-rod. ...

    Reservoir - CIII Pump
    Power Steering (Description and Operation) System View Steering System Components - 3.8L Engine   Steering System Components - 4.6L Engine   Steering Gear Mounting   Steering ...

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    Disc
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    Principles of Operation
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