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12-09-2009 11:04 AM
joe_padavano
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Originally Posted by oldguy829
Heard a rumor, "the dodge intrepid power steering pump is identical to the gm pump on the LT1, except for a remote reservoir".
Anyone actually done this? It may be a handy solution in some tight spots.
Also, where can I find some specs on the dodge pump vs the GM pump? PSI, flow rate etc?
Thanks for any help.
Saginaw power steering pumps are used on LOTS of cars, not just GMs. The basic pump is the same, just the reservoirs are different.
12-09-2009 10:45 AM
cobalt327
Quote:
Originally Posted by oldguy829
Heard a rumor, "the dodge intrepid power steering pump is identical to the gm pump on the LT1, except for a remote reservoir".
Anyone actually done this? It may be a handy solution in some tight spots.
Also, where can I find some specs on the dodge pump vs the GM pump? PSI, flow rate etc?
Thanks for any help.
It would be a real bonus if the pulley size was 5" or less so the pump pulley would clear better in swap applications. Even if the pulley from the MOPAR would fit the GM pump...
12-09-2009 10:36 AM
oldguy829
Intrepid power steering pump

Heard a rumor, "the dodge intrepid power steering pump is identical to the gm pump on the LT1, except for a remote reservoir".
Anyone actually done this? It may be a handy solution in some tight spots.
Also, where can I find some specs on the dodge pump vs the GM pump? PSI, flow rate etc?
Thanks for any help.

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