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Old 01-09-2005, 12:57 AM   #1
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Default How many bolts hold on the power steering pump on an STi?

I'm trying to remove my intake manifold and to get to the crankshaft position sensor and some other random sensors that are connected to the harness I need to remove the power steering pump bracket. I found two bolts underneath the pulley, one to the left of the center of the pulley and one to the right of the pulley(facing the engine bay). Does anyone know how many bolts there are--and moreover--where they are?

To give you an idea of what I'm talking about look at the diagram on step #4(FU-00019) of the 2004 sti manual here --> http://www.autocds.ru/2004%20STI/02.%20ENGINE%20SECTION%20(STi)/01.%20FUEL%20INJECTION%20(FUEL%20SYSTEMS)/03.%20Intake%20Manifold.pdf
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The crankshaft pos sensor is in the very front of the car. The only sensor I can think of that is not real accessible is the coolant temp sensor, that's it. I don't remember there being more than 4 bolts that hold on the PS pump...
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