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Old November 20th, 2012, 09:31 PM
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PAS Pump for '85 3.5 V8 Carb

'85 110 with a carb'd 3.5 V8. My power steering pump sounds like its on the way out and I'm going to need to replace it soon. According to the parts catalogue, I should use ANR2003. Trying to find out if I can also use NTC9198. Could any of you guys with experience chime in and let me know which ones I can use? Thanks.
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Old November 21st, 2012, 12:04 PM
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I dug into the earlier parts catalog (83-86) and found that up to VIN 244542, the power steering pump is part no. 610020. I looked under the bonnet, and that is indeed what I have now.

So, those of you that have early V8 ROW trucks, can you use ANR2003 or NTC9198 in place of 610020? If so, is one any better than the other? And finally, is it preferable to buy new or rebuilt (Meridian)? I appreciate any info you guys can provide.
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Old November 21st, 2012, 01:22 PM
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610020 is shown as a stand alone part in the parts guide. Also it doesn't show that the other numbers fit in place of it.
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I have the 83-86 and 87-onward parts catalogues and saw the same thing. I'm wondering if any of the guys here with an 83-86 truck have replaced their power steering pump for a later model. From the looks of it, 610020 is NLA.
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I have a 83 but the pump looks original, I'm following this thread though to see what you figure out
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