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Q:Is this bearing for use on the alternator on a 98 Chevy Corvette
A:Hi Ed, I'm glad to assist you. This Driveworks Ball Bearing (Part No. SL-203-FF) is a power steering pump shaft bearing for your 1998 Chevrolet Corvette. The exact alternator bearing for your vehicle is currently unavailable online.
Q:Does this bearing replace a (Koyo)A 2A or 6903
A:I'm happy to help, Fred Waugh! This Driveworks Ball Bearing interchanges with Koyo Part No 6203LL. To better assist you in finding the correct bearing for your application, would you be able to please provide your vehicle's year, make, model and engine size?
Q:how do I install the alternator bearing?
A:For step by step instructions i recommend that you go to your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and purchase a repair manual.
Q:The power steering pump on our 1989 oldsmobile delta 88 is noisey. I narrowed it down to the pump itself. The pump is working fine other than that. Is it difficult or practical to try to replace the bearings in the pump? I'm looking for the the most cost efficient means of repair.
A:Junk yard ,one with a little warranty, don't forget your returnable core charge or take the part with you (exchange) or go with a new one. But it is cost effective. I have a junkyard here in Indy called Brothers and all part are pulled for you and a 90 day warranty , I beleave they ship to if there's a need. Hope it helps
A:It is best to replace the entire pump all at once.
Q:where does this part go ?
A:Commonly ... idler pulley ,tension pulley bearing the smooth type . Press out using a punch and a vice and reverse it and press in .keep in mind there's a keeper that holds the idler bolt in just use a small flat head and pry up a bit on one of the tabs around thread then unthread, when putting back on just do the opposite and push the tab back down when you tighten it the washer will flatten back down if bent . Also when it's pressed back in it should be flush Be sure to use a block of wood to tap it in even but will have to get it started first. Hope this helps I just replace both of mine fairly simple job.
A:Depends on what vehicle you are wanting to use it with. For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.