Type II Pump
The JEGS 60713 GM Type II power steering pump and reservoir assembly lets you restore your vehicle's steering quality while dressing up the engine bay. Serving a twofold purpose, the fabricated aluminum reservoir eliminates the crack concerns found with plastic tanks while at the same time adding a custom look. The pump is designed with a standard flow rate to give a like-new feel. Don't let a worn pump assembly ruin your driving experience.
- Overall dimensions: 7 1/2 in. W x 7 5/8 in. H x 4 1/8 in. (including pulley shaft)
- Shaft outside diameter (OD): 0.663 in.
- Shaft threads: 3/8 in. -16
- Mounting holes thread size: M8-1.25
- Pressure port: M16-1.5 (for -10 AN fitting)
- TIG-welded aluminum reservoir (standard capacity)
- Billet aluminum reservoir cap
- Aluminum power steering pump housing
- Inlet fitting: 6 AN
- Outlet Fitting: 6 AN
- Pulley attachment: Press-fit
- The pump is a stock replacement with standard 6 AN and 10 AN fittings
- Included fittings
- (1) 90-Degree [1/4 NPT male to barb]
- (1) Straight [1/4 NPT male to 6 AN male]
- (1) Pipe plug [1/4 NPT]
- (1) O-ring
Note: This assembly does not include the power steering pump pulley or installation hardware.
Hi I was looking to see if this pump specifically would fit a 1996 jeep grand cherokee laredo 4.0 4wd
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