If the pump is running you could take the line off the reservoir and check it's producing meaningful pressure by covering the line with your thumb. Be warned though that the reservoir may indeed be at pressure but the valve block is failing to direct it where needed so proceed with caution. Eas unlock and a diagnostic cable are must owns if you are to leave it as God intended with the EAS intact.
From the above we can start to figure further probable candidates for fault and go from there. Leak being easiest to repair, valve block and driver being harder.
I have a fluid leak in my Power steering pump. I got a new pump that is marked ANR2003
This pump is not similar to my old pump. Is it still possible to use this pump on my engine if i source the correct
brackets, pulley and hoses ?
It looks like it is difficult to find a new pump that is...
I’ve got serious clutch issues at the moment. Only about 1cm of action at the floor of the pedal, a leak at the slave and possibly the master. Looking to just replace them both.
Can anyone offer part numbers that would work for my ‘79 V8 with and LT95? Not real easy to find. I THINK...
My 3.9 efi seems to be smelling unusually rich. No running issues to suggest this and plug colour is good but smells a little more potent than I'd like. I know these engines are not the most efficient fuel burners before anyone tells me!
I have a 1995 3.9 that stalls when the car is revved sharply (even when stationary) or under braking or turning when coasting. I seem to replace the idle air control valve every couple of months which is bad enough but now it seems more abrupt than ever. I can start the car and let it idle...