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Power Steering Pump Reconditioning

DNR can supply Power Steering Pumps from new and we provide specialist Power Steering Pump Reconditioning services.

All Power Steering Pump Reconditioning works occurs in our own workshops within a 24hr period where possible. All reconditioned units carry a 12 months guarantee.

New and Reconditioned units are available from stock. In the event that your unit is not available DNR can offer a same day Power Steering Pump reconditioning service (subject to availability).

General Power Steering Pump Diagram

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Power Steering Pump
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1. Pulley
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2. Drive Shaft
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3. Pressure Control Valve
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4. Pump Cover
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5. Rotor
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6. Pump Housing
We supply our products nationwide and across Europe
Free Collection & Delivery Within 10 Miles Of Our Workshop With Our Own Transport

The Hydraulics & Power Steering Specialists

Specialist Power Steering Pump Reconditioning Services – 01706 354666

How Power Steering Pumps Work

How Power Steering Pumps Work

The hydraulic power for the steering is provided by a rotary-vane pump. This pump is driven by the car’s engine via a belt and pulley. It contains a set of retractable vanes that spin inside an oval chamber.

As the vanes spin, they pull hydraulic fluid from the return line at low pressure and force it into the outlet at high pressure. The amount of flow provided by the pump depends on the car’s engine speed. The pump must be designed to provide adequate flow when the engine is idling. As a result, the pump moves much more fluid than necessary when the engine is running at faster speeds.

The pump contains a pressure-relief valve to make sure that the pressure does not get too high, especially at high engine speeds when so much fluid is being pumped. (Source)

DNR Components – Rochdale, Greater Manchester – Specialist Power Steering Pump Reconditioning Services  – 01706 354666

Power Steering Pump Reconditioning