Power Steering Pump Removal
On my recently acquired 156 s/w 1.6 the whine that came with the car proved not to be the cambelt or aux belt or associated idlers and tensioners. They've all been changed.
I have obtained a used power steering pump and pipes but getting the old pump out isn't simple it seems.
Once the pulley has been removed and the reservoir moved to one side the two front bolts come out easily enough. However the two at the back look very inaccessible and are possibly allen bolts.
You can just see the rearmost one but the front one's invisible.
So the question for the techy experts (there must be some) is do you have to remove the injection plenum chamber to access these bolts? If so - bu**er (as in gg).
Also if so then what are the best pliers for reattaching the factory fitted clips on the inlets. I don't like the look of jubilee clips which are a bit too clunky looking.
1969 Duetto | 1995 164 3.0 24v | 2001 166 3.0 24v