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power steering pump help, please

i have a 61 chevy impala power steering pump that i unscrewed supply line fitting at bottom of pump, spring & plunger fell out, now i don't know how to reassemble, which way does plunger fit, with the little nut going in 1st & seating on spring, with flat spot on plunger showing after install? any help will be appreciated
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i have a 61 chevy impala power steering pump that i unscrewed supply line fitting at bottom of pump, spring & plunger fell out, now i don't know how to reassemble, which way does plunger fit, with the little nut going in 1st & seating on spring, with flat spot on plunger showing after install? any help will be appreciated
Yes, you have it correctly. Spring in first, then the end of the piston with the nut. Be sure it is VERY clean when you install it.
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