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Power Steering Pump Cardone 20-312P1 fits Ford Expedition 2006-03, F-150 2008-04, Lobo 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06, Navigator 2006-03

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SKU:
6425369
UPC:
884548082496
MPN:
20-312P1
Condition:
Refurbished
Availability:
Ships In 1-2 Business Days
Weight:
8.00 LBS
  • Power Steering Pump Cardone 20-312P1 fits Ford Expedition 2006-03, F-150 2008-04, Lobo 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06, Navigator 2006-03
  • Power Steering Pump Cardone 20-312P1 fits Ford Expedition 2006-03, F-150 2008-04, Lobo 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06, Navigator 2006-03
  • Power Steering Pump Cardone 20-312P1 fits Ford Expedition 2006-03, F-150 2008-04, Lobo 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06, Navigator 2006-03
  • Power Steering Pump Cardone 20-312P1 fits Ford Expedition 2006-03, F-150 2008-04, Lobo 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06, Navigator 2006-03
$100.41

Description

CARDONE® Remanufactured Power Steering Pumps are engineered to meet or exceed O.E. performance. Original designs are scrutinized for potential improvement, and where applicable, design upgrades are implemented to produce a more durable part than the original. All critical components are tested to ensure proper function. Every unit undergoes a hydraulic efficiency test to ensure reliable, long-lasting performance.

Vehicle Fitment Summary

Ford Expedition 2006-03, F-150 2008-04, Lobo 2008-04
Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06, Navigator 2006-03

Attributes

Part Type
Power Steering Pump
Features and Benefits

All critical components (cam packs, spool valves, etc.) are triple-tested to ensure product reliability.

All units are built with 100% new O-rings and premium-grade HNBR seals to prevent leaks. HNBR does not break down at high temperatures like conventional seal material.

Shafts are surfaced to precise specifications to eliminate premature seal wear and extend pump life.

Units are supplied with 100% tested and calibrated pressure relief valves.

FInal pump assembly is computer-tested to measure pressure, bypass, fluid flow, valve operation, steering effort and noise to ensure reliable performance.

As a remanufactured Original Equipment part, this unit guarantees a perfect vehicle fit.

Our remanufacturing process is earth-friendly, as it reduces the energy and raw material needed to make a new part by 80%.

First Application Year
2003
Reservoir Included
No
Package Contents
Pump, O-Ring, Teflon Seal, Instruction Sheet
Mounting Hardware Included
No
Housing Material
Cast Iron
Pulley Included
Yes
Power Steering Outlet Thread Size
M16 x 1.5
Hose Port Type
O-Ring
Pulley Attachement Type
Press-On
Remote Reservoir
Yes
Power Steering Reservoir Cap Included
No
Power Steering Pump Inlet Attachement Type
Hose Barb
Power Steering Pump Outlet Attachment Type
Threaded
Power Steering Pump Outlet Quantity
1
E-Waste
No
FAQs

Why is the pump making a whining noise all of the time?

A whining pump is usually caused by air in the system. Remove reservoir lid and inspect fluid level and condition. If fluid has foam or air bubbles present, you must bleed the system again. Some systems are very difficult to bleed manually and may require the use of a vacuum pump to extract all of the air from the system.

Why do I still have hard steering in one direction after I replaced the pump?

The problem is most likely in the steering unit-the pump does not know left from right. Check for binding steering components and repair as necessary.

I bought a replacement power steering pump and my original pulley has a loose fit on the replacement pump shaft. What should I do?

The end of the original pump's input shaft enlarged causing the pulley hole to increase during removal. The pulley must be replaced.

I only have assist when increasing engine rpm after installing the replacement pump. What's causing this?

There may be debris in the flow control valve bore not allowing the flow control valve to move as it should. (Valve and bore are located behind the high pressure fitting on the pump). The system must be checked for contamination and flushed.

Should I ever change my fluid, even though nothing is wrong?

Yes. Some O.E. manufacturers recommend that power steering fluid be changed at 50,000 miles and continue at that interval. Just like engine oil, power steering fluid will eventually break down and carry suspended contaminants from component wear and breakdown. Follow your vehicle's O.E. manufacturer's recommendations on fluid change intervals.

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