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Old March 19th, 2016, 10:25 PM
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Power steering pump question

My ps pump is leaking like a sieve and its time to replace it... question is, since ive already converted to disco steering, can i use a d1 pump for my 97 nas defender? i notice that the pumps that i am looking at all sub to one that is used for a d1, rrc and 90 but can i go backwards?
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If you have a 97 that is a gems engine and yes a 96-99 disco pump
is the same.
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thanks for the info!
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Mark, have you tried running the fluid conditioners Doug has mentioned in prior posts? Years ago I had a leak and at that time just tried a BG product that did the trick.
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Mark, have you tried running the fluid conditioners Doug has mentioned in prior posts? Years ago I had a leak and at that time just tried a BG product that did the trick.
yah it gotten to the stage that it's pouring out faster than you can pour it in
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