The power steering pump was built to perform for years, but it needs help, in a way, to reach its longevity potential. Regular maintenance will help it to last longer, such as keeping a watchful eye on fluid levels and on the condition of the pulley and belts. An effective and properly working steering pump allows you, without stress, to smoothly and efficiently turn your vehicle. Often the cause of low power steering fluid levels is leaks, and these result in squealing or whining when you turn the steering wheel.
Leaks in your power steering pumps can be a serious issue for your car just like any other vehicle part that requires fluid. Another problem can be a loose belt. When power steering pumps have loose or damaged belts, the wheel is much harder to turn, and it often vibrates aggressively when the car is sitting at a stop light idling.
Whether you need to purchase or replace your vehicle's steering pump, you'll find just what you need in our extensive online catalog or aftermarket parts and accessories.