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Old 01-12-2005, 01:44 AM   #1
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Default Could use some help removing the power steering pump bracket..

Ok, so there are 4 bolts that need to be removed. I got the two that are underneath the pulley(one to the right and one to the left)--where are the other two? I've taken a good look at the thing and even attempted removing some bolts that I shouldn't have(the two bolts behind the pulley...pain to get out). Could someone point me in the right direction? The car is an '04 sti.

To get an idea of what I'm talking about look at step 4 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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Old 01-12-2005, 07:40 PM   #2
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Feel behind the pump. They are straight down into the motor if I remember right, and they are WORSE to get to than the ones behind the pully. Before pulling, remove any vaccum connections in the area and the plastic valves they are attached to. There are a couple bolted to the intake or near it and I've heard the nipples can get broken off when wrenches slip.
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