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Old 08-12-2006, 04:53 PM
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does anybody know if your power steering pump can be installed at an angle and still work?? any info would be appreciated thank you in advance

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Angled which way?
Regular canned ham type reservoir?

You can tilt is some as long as the suction side is plenty covered. If you go too much you would be better off using a remote reservoir.
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Depends on what you mean by an angle. If you want to rotate it on its axis, yes. As long as you can fill it with fluid you could turn it upside down and it wouldn't know the difference. If you refering to the alignment with the belt, no.
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kevan

thanx for the info guys... I had to put the pump on a angle to get my new bracket to work and i couldn't get the pump working again ... so I thought maybe it didn't like being angled over [to the right facing the engine]
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