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Old November 14th, 2010, 12:08 AM
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power steering pump mounting brackets

Does anyone have a good picture of how the power steering pump mounts in an early Defender?

I took copius photos during disassembly of my engine, but my hard drive crashed and I lost almost all of the photos.

I remember how most everything went together (alternator mounting assembly is already set up)... but I cannot, for the life of me, remember how the power steering pump mounted in. I'm sitting here staring at a pile of little bracket parts, nuts and bolts and I'm a little lost.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Old November 14th, 2010, 12:22 AM
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If yours is a 3.5 v8 rhd this may help. Image 52, 53, 75. It has white tissue stuck in one of the port

http://mudsux.multiply.com/photos/al...GINE_REINSTALL

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http://mudsux.multiply.com/photos/al...atorair_filter
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If that doesn't help I can get better/closer pics if you want.
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Old November 14th, 2010, 05:05 PM
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Yep, that helps a lot... now I know why everything looked so foreign to me.

I took my PSP to a hydraulic shop to have it rebuilt a while back (because it was leaking) and it appears that the shop put the mounting plate(s) back on in the wrong orientation.

Would you please confirm for me a few things before I take this thing apart and fix it?

While looking at photo #52, we'll call the union bolt the top (12:00 position) and where the white tissue is hanging out the right side (3:00 positon)...
1.) The mounting plate on the front of the PSP has two tangs. It appears that the longer of the two tangs is at the bottom (6:00 poistion), opposite the union bolt... and the shorter of the two tangs is on the left side (9:00 position). Is that correct?

2.) The mounting bracket on the rear is not visible in any of the pictures, but it has one tang. I believe that it bolts into one of the tapped holes on the drivers side head (the lower, innermost I believe). Can you please conform for me in which direction the rear mounting bracket tang is supposed to be oriented (it looks to be the left side (9:00 position)?
Thanks for your help... this is saving me a lot of time and frustration.

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Hey Scott, I think pictures will better help you. I took some more for you. I have the engine back in the truck so a lot of things were in the way but I hope this helps. The last 2 pics is from the bottom looking up. More pics here:

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So THAT'S where that little tube/spacer goes!!!!

Yep, those pictures were perfect! I've got it completely. Thanks so much for your help!

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So THAT'S where that little tube/spacer goes!!!!

Yep, those pictures were perfect! I've got it completely. Thanks so much for your help!

Cheers,
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No worries, glad I could help.
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