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Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import

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A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Power Steering Pumps are built to meet or exceed OEM 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, providing a quality product both you and your vehicle can rely on.

Product Features:
  • All units are built with 100% new O-rings and premium-grade VitonĀ® seals to prevent leaks. VitonĀ® does not break down at high temperatures like conventional seal material
  • Every pump is computer tested to measure pressure, bypass, fluid flow, valve operation, steering effort and noise for guaranteed performance
  • All critical components (campacs, spool valves, etc.) are triple-tested to ensure product reliability
  • Units are supplied with 100% tested and calibrated pressure relief valves for guaranteed performance
  • Shafts are surfaced to precise specifications to eliminate premature seal wear and extend pump life
  • Guaranteed fit and function
  • Meets or exceeds O.E.M performance
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Housing Material:Aluminum
Mounting Hardware Included:No
New Or Remanufactured:Remanufactured
Pulley Attachment Type:Splined
Pulley Included:No
Remote Reservoir:Yes
Reservoir Included:No

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CardonePower Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import
 
3.0

(based on 14 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (5)

69%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Perfect fit (3)

Cons

  • Flimsy (3)
  • Rebuilt not "new" (3)

Best Uses

No Best Uses
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (11)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Auto enthusiast (3), Casual driver (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

It worked for me...

The ratings for this item were "all across the board". I was going to pass it by, due to the fair number of negative write-ups. Then I came across an on-line...Read complete review

The ratings for this item were "all across the board". I was going to pass it by, due to the fair number of negative write-ups. Then I came across an on-line coupon that was "an offer I could not refuse" (as the Mafia would say). Also, be advised that Honda uses special power steering fluid. Everyone states you need to use Honda only fluid. After much research I tried to find Prestone's Honda only power steering fluid. Advance Auto was out of this fluid. (BTW: I found other ("asian") fluids claiming they could be used in Hondas. I did not trust them.) I ended up using Autozone's Honda only power steering fluid. (note: it costs three times as much as regular power steering fluid.) Three 12 oz. bottles is more than enough. I didn't know this and bought four.
1) I disconnected the low pressure line at the lower driver's side cross-member. This was very difficult. The OEM hose had been in place for over 15 years. Have a catch pan under the car.
2) I drained all the old fluid. With the engine off, and the lower line disconnected (described above) I rotated the steering wheel from lock to lock two times. This helped pump old fluid out of the Rack.
3) I disconnected the upper return line (at the pump) and blew pressurized air into the reservoir. This helped flush the lines.
4) While the old pump was still tightly in place. I put a long extension through a hole in the pulley (to stop it from rotating) and slightly loosened the pulley retention bolt. (You have to use your old pulley.)
5) I removed the old pump and swapped the pulley onto the new pump. (note: the pulley comes off easily once the bolt is removed.) With the pump CAREFULLY secured in a vice I (again) used a long extension, to keep the pulley from rotating, as I torqued it the 47 ft. lbs. As shown in the Service manual.
6) ****Super important)**** I primed the new pump. (i.e. I put new fluid in the intake and rotated the pulley until I saw fluid coming out of the high pressure port.)
7) I lubricated the new high pressure O-ring with new power steering fluid before installing it on the pump. I reconnect the low pressure line on the lower cross-member and used a new hose clamp. The OEM wire clamp was cutting the hose in two.
8) I installed the pump, filled up the reservoir.
9) I started the car for about one second, shut down, then refilled the reservoir. I did this twice.
10) I started the car and heard that awful Power steering pump groan. (I almost had a heart attack.) I immediately shut down and noticed foam in the reservoir. The system was purging itself of air.
11) I refilled the reservoir, started up and turned the wheel from lock to lock twice. The pump became absolutely silent! I rechecked the reservoir.
12) I shut down checked for leaks and went for a test drive.
All was well. I would have given this pump a 5 star rating, but have not had the pump in place long enough to evaluate it's longevity.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Bad refurbished product

I used the pump to replace my old pump in Honda accord, 2001. I got the pump form Advanced auto parts and got it installed from a mechanic outside. The pump did not...Read complete review

I used the pump to replace my old pump in Honda accord, 2001. I got the pump form Advanced auto parts and got it installed from a mechanic outside. The pump did not work at all. First I thought it will get better on running for a few miles but it never did. I can not rotate the wheel at all when the car is parked (the engine is on) and on pushing gas the pump make loud noise. Also, now if I have to replace the pump I have to pay the mechanic again. In short "Do not buy" is my recommendation.

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5.0

Highly Recommended!

By 

from Pataskala, Ohio

Verified Buyer

Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

Fit Perfect

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  • No

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3.0

Not as good as a new one

By 

from Hickory , nc

Verified Buyer

Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

Had to return before completely installed shaft pulled out after installed my pully on it , second one works great I may have just got a one in a thousand bad part

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4.0

It worked for me...

By 

from Houston, Texas

About Me Avid Auto Enthusiast

See all my reviews

3 or more reviews submitted

Pros

  • Perfect Fit
  • Silent Operation

Cons

  • Rebuilt Not "new"

Best Uses

  • OEM Replacement

Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

The ratings for this item were "all across the board". I was going to pass it by, due to the fair number of negative write-ups. Then I came across an on-line coupon that was "an offer I could not refuse" (as the Mafia would say). Also, be advised that Honda uses special power steering fluid. Everyone states you need to use Honda only fluid. After much research I tried to find Prestone's Honda only power steering fluid. Advance Auto was out of this fluid. (BTW: I found other ("asian") fluids claiming they could be used in Hondas. I did not trust them.) I ended up using Autozone's Honda only power steering fluid. (note: it costs three times as much as regular power steering fluid.) Three 12 oz. bottles is more than enough. I didn't know this and bought four.
1) I disconnected the low pressure line at the lower driver's side cross-member. This was very difficult. The OEM hose had been in place for over 15 years. Have a catch pan under the car.
2) I drained all the old fluid. With the engine off, and the lower line disconnected (described above) I rotated the steering wheel from lock to lock two times. This helped pump old fluid out of the Rack.
3) I disconnected the upper return line (at the pump) and blew pressurized air into the reservoir. This helped flush the lines.
4) While the old pump was still tightly in place. I put a long extension through a hole in the pulley (to stop it from rotating) and slightly loosened the pulley retention bolt. (You have to use your old pulley.)
5) I removed the old pump and swapped the pulley onto the new pump. (note: the pulley comes off easily once the bolt is removed.) With the pump CAREFULLY secured in a vice I (again) used a long extension, to keep the pulley from rotating, as I torqued it the 47 ft. lbs. As shown in the Service manual.
6) ****Super important)**** I primed the new pump. (i.e. I put new fluid in the intake and rotated the pulley until I saw fluid coming out of the high pressure port.)
7) I lubricated the new high pressure O-ring with new power steering fluid before installing it on the pump. I reconnect the low pressure line on the lower cross-member and used a new hose clamp. The OEM wire clamp was cutting the hose in two.
8) I installed the pump, filled up the reservoir.
9) I started the car for about one second, shut down, then refilled the reservoir. I did this twice.
10) I started the car and heard that awful Power steering pump groan. (I almost had a heart attack.) I immediately shut down and noticed foam in the reservoir. The system was purging itself of air.
11) I refilled the reservoir, started up and turned the wheel from lock to lock twice. The pump became absolutely silent! I rechecked the reservoir.
12) I shut down checked for leaks and went for a test drive.
All was well. I would have given this pump a 5 star rating, but have not had the pump in place long enough to evaluate it's longevity.

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  • No

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4.0

It worked for me...

By 

from Houston, Texas

About Me Avid Auto Enthusiast

See all my reviews

3 or more reviews submitted

Pros

  • Completely Silent
  • Perfect Fit

Cons

  • Rebuilt Not "new"

Best Uses

  • OEM Replacement

Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

The ratings for this item were "all across the board". I was going to pass it by, due to the fair number of negative write-ups. Then I came across an on-line coupon that was "an offer I could not refuse" (as the Mafia would say). Also, be advised that Honda uses special power steering fluid. Everyone states you need to use Honda only fluid. After much research I tried to find Prestone's Honda only power steering fluid. Advance Auto was out of this fluid. (BTW: I found other ("asian") fluids claiming they could be used in Hondas. I did not trust them.) I ended up using Autozone's Honda only power steering fluid. (note: it costs three times as much as regular power steering fluid.) Three 12 oz. bottles is more than enough. I didn't know this and bought four.
1) I disconnected the low pressure line at the lower driver's side cross-member. This was very difficult. The OEM hose had been in place for over 15 years. Have a catch pan under the car.
2) I drained all the old fluid. With the engine off, and the lower line disconnected (described above) I rotated the steering wheel from lock to lock two times. This helped pump old fluid out of the Rack.
3) I disconnected the upper return line (at the pump) and blew pressurized air into the reservoir. This helped flush the lines.
4) While the old pump was still tightly in place. I put a long extension through a hole in the pulley (to stop it from rotating) and slightly loosened the pulley retention bolt. (You have to use your old pulley.)
5) I removed the old pump and swapped the pulley onto the new pump. (note: the pulley comes off easily once the bolt is removed.) With the pump CAREFULLY secured in a vice I (again) used a long extension, to keep the pulley from rotating, as I torqued it the 47 ft. lbs. As shown in the Service manual.
6) ****Super important)**** I primed the new pump. (i.e. I put new fluid in the intake and rotated the pulley until I saw fluid coming out of the high pressure port.)
7) I lubricated the new high pressure O-ring with new power steering fluid before installing it on the pump. I reconnect the low pressure line on the lower cross-member and used a new hose clamp. The OEM wire clamp was cutting the hose in two.
8) I installed the pump, filled up the reservoir.
9) I started the car for about one second, shut down, then refilled the reservoir. I did this twice.
10) I started the car and heard that awful Power steering pump groan. (I almost had a heart attack.) I immediately shut down and noticed foam in the reservoir. The system was purging itself of air.
11) I refilled the reservoir, started up and turned the wheel from lock to lock twice. The pump became absolutely silent! I rechecked the reservoir.
12) I shut down checked for leaks and went for a test drive.
All was well. I would have given this pump a 5 star rating, but have not had the pump in place long enough to evaluate it's longevity.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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4.0

It worked for me...

By 

from Houston, Texas

About Me Auto Enthusiast

See all my reviews

3 or more reviews submitted

Pros

  • New O-ring Included
  • Perfect Fit
  • Silent Operation

Cons

  • Rebuilt Not "new"

Best Uses

  • Direct replacement

Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

The ratings for this item were "all across the board". I was going to pass it by, due to the fair number of negative write-ups. Then I came across an on-line coupon that was "an offer I could not refuse" (as the Mafia would say). Also, be advised that Honda uses special power steering fluid. Everyone states you need to use Honda only fluid. After much research I tried to find Prestone's Honda only power steering fluid. Advance Auto was out of this fluid. (BTW: I found other ("asian") fluids claiming they could be used in Hondas. I did not trust them.) I ended up using Autozone's Honda only power steering fluid. (note: it costs three times as much as regular power steering fluid.) Three 12 oz. bottles is more than enough. I didn't know this and bought four.
1) I disconnected the low pressure line at the lower driver's side cross-member. This was very difficult. The OEM hose had been in place for over 15 years. Have a catch pan under the car.
2) I drained all the old fluid. With the engine off, and the lower line disconnected (described above) I rotated the steering wheel from lock to lock two times. This helped pump old fluid out of the Rack.
3) I disconnected the upper return line (at the pump) and blew pressurized air into the reservoir. This helped flush the lines.
4) While the old pump was still tightly in place. I put a long extension through a hole in the pulley (to stop it from rotating) and slightly loosened the pulley retention bolt. (You have to use your old pulley.)
5) I removed the old pump and swapped the pulley onto the new pump. (note: the pulley comes off easily once the bolt is removed.) With the pump CAREFULLY secured in a vice I (again) used a long extension, to keep the pulley from rotating, as I torqued it the 47 ft. lbs. As shown in the Service manual.
6) ****Super important)**** I primed the new pump. (i.e. I put new fluid in the intake and rotated the pulley until I saw fluid coming out of the high pressure port.)
7) I lubricated the new high pressure O-ring with new power steering fluid before installing it on the pump. I reconnect the low pressure line on the lower cross-member and used a new hose clamp. The OEM wire clamp was cutting the hose in two.
8) I installed the pump, filled up the reservoir.
9) I started the car for about one second, shut down, then refilled the reservoir. I did this twice.
10) I started the car and heard that awful Power steering pump groan. (I almost had a heart attack.) I immediately shut down and noticed foam in the reservoir. The system was purging itself of air.
11) I refilled the reservoir, started up and turned the wheel from lock to lock twice. The pump became absolutely silent! I rechecked the reservoir.
12) I shut down checked for leaks and went for a test drive.
All was well. I would have given this pump a 5 star rating, but have not had the pump in place long enough to evaluate it's longevity.

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  • No

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1.0

Noisier than the pump I replaced!

By 

from Michigan

Pros

    Cons

    • Flimsy
    • Noisy

    Best Uses

      Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

      Piece of junk. Do not purchase this unless you would like to take it back off and return it to the store!

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      5.0

      No problems with this Power Steering Pump

      By 

      from Rochester, NY

      About Me Casual Driver

      Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

      Felt obliged to write this because the high number of negative reviews worried my but I tried this pump anyway and found nothing wrong with it. Of course I've only put 100 or so miles on it but the issues described were right after installation. I followed Honda procedure. Flushed with Honda spec fluid. Only changed the return hose. Old pump had 280,000 miles and made a racket. This one is nice and quite.

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      • No

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      1.0

      MUST READ!!

      By 

      from KY

      About Me Mechanic

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars

          Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

          Since they didn't post my last review, I'll do it again. Went thru 3 pumps, each one noisy than the last. The manager at the store wanted to just give me a refund, instead of honoring the return policy. The pump created so much back pressure it blew all the fluid out of the reservoir, which caused me a big mess.

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          • No

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          3.0

          Noisy pump had to replace

          By 

          from San Juan, PR

          About Me Auto Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use

          Cons

          • Flimsy

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars

          Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

          Noisy pump had to replace

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          • No

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          5.0

          Works fine on 2001 Accord w/ ULEV engine

          By 

          from SC

          About Me Auto Enthusiast, Mechanic

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          3 or more reviews submitted

          Comments about Cardone Power Steering Pump w/o Reservoir - Import:

          I have seen negative comments for this part and was skeptical. However, I installed w/ no problems and it has performed as it should for several hundred miles.

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