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Old 01-06-2020, 05:35 PM   #1
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The car went on the lift this morning to check out a leaking power steering pump. It was recommended to replace the pump. Order from RA has been placed for the ps hose and ps return hose. The mechanic said I have the EVO component and said I should order ps pump AC Delco 36P1536. This part doesn't look like it's available. On the RA site, there are 12 different ps pumps available from 4 different companies. GM parts online shows that I should use GM part 21013318, and RA shows it being a favorite with buyers. Anyone have insight into the correct part I should be ordering??
I could see ps fluid dripping from the alternator. I'm consideringreplacing it before it fails while I'm doing the ps repair.

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Old 01-06-2020, 07:48 PM   #2
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ACDelco 21013318 GM Original Equipment Power Steering Pump Amazon 164.14 and free shipping. Amazon has the other pump also 129.57.

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Old 01-07-2020, 10:05 AM   #3
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There's 2 pumps available, one with the EVO valve for the DOHC cars and one without the EVO valve for the SOHC cars. Various manufacturers make each pump with their own part numbers but they are not interchangeable (have to change the mount that bolts to the engine too).

If this is the car listed in your profile, either you have the wrong car listed or your mechanic is not to be trusted. Only the SC/SC2/SL2/SW2 have the EVO valve.

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Old 01-08-2020, 11:04 PM   #4
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The PS pumps on Amazon were several weeks to wait upon. Ordered a Cardone brand that cross references the 21013318 part # from the local Advance store. If it's not the correct one, and not installed, I can return, until we get the right one. The hoses arrived today, so I'm moving along on this project.

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Old 01-09-2020, 02:22 AM   #5
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Be aware that most aftermarket pumps are incredibly noisy. Like a jet engine. May be better to pick up a used pump at a junk yard. Will be quieter.
If you do fine an aftermarket one that doesnít scream let us know.

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Old 01-15-2020, 11:49 PM   #6
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Picked up the vehicle today, and the Cardone brand rebuilt pump is working good, and not noisy If it gives me issues, I'll look at going to manual steering.

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Picked up the vehicle today, and the Cardone brand rebuilt pump is working good, and not noisy If it gives me issues, I'll look at going to manual steering.
I run a manual steering rack in my 95. It handles and feels great once it is rolling. Partially hard to turn when parallel parking, but other than that it is a very nice setup. You also have the SOHC head, so you can run the configuration with ease. All you will need is a manual rack and the shorter belt. I believe everything else can be left alone on the SOHC engine.
On a DOHC you either have to grind down a few support castings or find a smaller pulley.

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With a '93 SL2 and a '94 SL rack I also had to swap the u-joint to the steering column to get the manual rack to work (had both cars in my yard, easy fix). Not sure it's always required but best to grab it and not need it than have an unsteerable car.

When I tried to put a DOHC pump on a '97 SC1 the mount was different. Not only were the wrong holes threaded but the mount had bump outs that didn't match the DOHC pump. Again, easy fix if you grab the mount as well as the mount bolts onto the head/block the same.

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Default Re: need help with power steering pump part #

Sooo Most hydraulic system failures result from Fluid Contamination, or degraded fluid.

So, flushing the fluid is preventive maintenance.

I would flush the fluid in the system with the Cardone reman pump several times to try to clean up the system fluid.
Drive car 45 minutes to warm up (and circulate fluid&particulates), use turkey baster to drain reservoir; fill reservoir with ATF or proprietary 'Power Steering'
fluid. If you do that several times, maybe double failure interval.
Need drain while fluid hot, soon after turn engine off.

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