power steering pump

Asked by Jan 28, 2009 at 02:31 AM about the 2002 GMC Yukon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i lost all power to my steering  but i have fluid and my belt is not broke

5 Answers

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I would double-check that power steering belt. Yukons with the V8 engine (4.8, 5.3, or 6.0) have 2 belts on the front of the engine. The main belt is very easy to see from the top with the hood open. The air conditioning is driven by a small, separate belt on the passenger side of the engine that is harder to see. If you really do have both belts, and the p/s fluid is full, then you have probably got a bad power steering pump.

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my question is did you lose it permantly or just while parking cause if it is just while parking at low speeds it is supposedly a normal thing but if you lost it completly you may have broken the internals of the pump and need a new one and i have that same year yukon and i work for a dealer so contact if you need more help

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The power steering pump shaft may have broken inside the pump. pry out on the power steering pully and if it moves out the shaft inside the pump is broken.

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Hi:) i have a question to guy, i got the same problem, but in low speeds and parking, booth brakes and steering problems, whats wrong?

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I have a new pump put on and the pump is pumping but I have no steering, so what could it be now?!?

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