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Old 06-28-2002, 10:56 AM
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I have a 1970's Mopar power steering pump that leaks badly. To date I have been unable to match it at any local parts house. I am now looking for recommendations from anyone who can recommend a company to rebuild mine. A Pacific NW company would be great but not mandatory. Thanks.

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If you aren't a stickler on matched parts or the rebuild is too expensive, get any pump that will fit. Any PS pump (Chevy, Ford, Mopsr, foreign)will run any PS gear.
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I went to advanceautoparts.com and found power steering pumps for a 1970 Chrysler. If I had known the exact make and model I would have had a better chance, but I'll bet they have what you need. If that doesn't pan out you might try the hemmings web site.
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Be a pain in the ***!Do like I do and march into the parts store and make um keep pullin parts out the boxes till they get the right one.
Thats what I have to do,my pully setup is off of like three differant cars.
The parts houses dont want to look for parts they just want to punch buttons and hand out boxes.
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How about a Auto Junk yard?I have gotten many good used parts there the trick is pick on the doner car with the least miles.Also the price is right!
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