Ford Mustang Service Manual: Assembly

Disassembly

1. Remove the No. 1 selective pump support thrust washer.

2. Remove the front pump support.


2. Remove the front pump support.

1. Remove the bolts.

2. Remove the front pump support.

3. Remove the seal rings.


3. Remove the seal rings.

4. Remove the inner and outer pump gerotor gears.


4. Remove the inner and outer pump gerotor gears.

5. Carefully pry spring retainer tabs and remove the spring retainer


5. Carefully pry spring retainer tabs and remove the spring retainer assembly.

6. Remove the intermediate clutch piston.


6. Remove the intermediate clutch piston.

7. Remove the clutch piston seals.


7. Remove the clutch piston seals.

1. Remove the intermediate clutch piston outer seal.

2. Remove the intermediate clutch piston inner seal.

8. Remove and discard the front pump seal.


8. Remove and discard the front pump seal.

Assembly


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