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2910 Power Steering Pump RR

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Bouncer

04-19-2020 17:58:40




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I have had a power steering leak on the pump since I bought the tractor last Fall. I got a new filter today, cleaned everything up real good, and got it all back together in hopes of it just being the big o-ring causing the issues. It was indeed in bad shape and that slowed it down a bunch, but I have a persistent leak coming off the top of the main housing and it appears to me it's cracked. It also sounds like a relief valve is hanging up and is also probably aiding in the leak. I can slightly turn the wheel to take the pressure off and you can hear the noise come down. So I was looking the pump over and from what I can see it looks like three bolts going in from the front holding the whole thing on. Appears to be a fairly straight forward remove and replace, but I wanted to ask in case I am missing something. I found the same aftermarket pump all these places sell for $261 to my door, which is significantly cheaper than a lot of others. With Spring upon us I figure I better go ahead and get this taken care of. Thanks in advance!

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lenray

04-22-2020 15:52:50




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 Re: 2910 Power Steering Pump RR in reply to Bouncer, 04-19-2020 17:58:40  
Hello Bouncer---Are you the fella in southern Indiana??? I bought a Ford 5000 gasser flat deck and found your name on the Ford Forum.. Think of you from time to time--Hope you are doing good. My Love of almost 51 years passed on 10-29-18--miss her everyday. Wishing and Praying the best for yOu and your FAMILY....



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Sean in PA

04-20-2020 09:50:16




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 Re: 2910 Power Steering Pump RR in reply to Bouncer, 04-19-2020 17:58:40  
Destroked - thanks for the correction. It's been so long since I had mine off that I forgot whether it was 2 or 3 bolts. (light bulb just went on over my head... it's the starter that takes 3 bolts).



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Destroked 450

04-20-2020 09:39:54




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 Re: 2910 Power Steering Pump RR in reply to Bouncer, 04-19-2020 17:58:40  
Only the 2 bolts that take a 9/16 wrench hold the power steering pump on, the outer 1/2" wrench size bolt holds the timing gear case to the block plate, no need to remove that bolt.



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Bouncer

04-20-2020 19:23:01




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 Re: 2910 Power Steering Pump RR in reply to Destroked 450, 04-20-2020 09:39:54  
Thank you sir. I also have not forgot about the email you sent me on the injection pump. Life has been crazy the last few months taking care of my wife and mother. I still plan on pulling it to get it rebuilt or replaced and I will get with you on that.



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Sean in PA

04-19-2020 18:40:21




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 Re: 2910 Power Steering Pump RR in reply to Bouncer, 04-19-2020 17:58:40  
Yes, the 3 bolts going in from the front are what hold the pump to the engine. Disconnect both lines and remove the 3 bolts and the pump should come out. You may need to jiggle it a bit as there is a drive gear in the engine that engages a gear on the pump itself. Same when putting the new pump in, you may need to jiggle it to get the gear on the pump to engage the gear in the engine and then again to get the mounting holes on the pump to line up with the bolt holes on the front of the engine.

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Bouncer

04-19-2020 18:44:11




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 Re: 2910 Power Steering Pump RR in reply to Sean in PA, 04-19-2020 18:40:21  
Appreciate the reply. It looked fairly straight forward, but just wanted to make sure.



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