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The Ford Power Steering Pump is a hydraulic pump driven by a belt from a crankshaft pulley to provide pressure needed to operate the power steering system. Signs of a failing Power Steering Pump can range from whining or buzzing noises coming from under the hood to intermittent difficulty steering or even failure of the power steering system. Your Power Steering Pump itself could be bad or it could be that your power steering system is leaking fluid through a bad hose. Regardless, you will want to remedy this situation right away, as a vehicle with power steering is very difficult to steer when that power steering system is no longer functioning. It is much more difficult to steer a vehicle with power steering that has failed than it is to steer a vehicle that does not have power steering. Power Steering Pumps are usually pretty durable parts that last, as long as the power steering fluid is kept clean and replaced regularly, when needed. Most Power Steering Pump problems are caused by leaking hoses, fittings, pump seals or oil reservoir gaskets, and broken or mis-adjusted pump drive belts and should not be too complicated to fix. Should you need to actually replace your Ford Power Steering Pump, make sure you choose a high quality and durable part, to complement these qualities in your Ford. You chose a Ford because of these same qualities of quality and durability, in addition to its classic good looks. You do not want to compromise these features by using lesser quality parts. Auto Parts Network (APN), has a wide selection of quality Ford Power Steering Pumps. We provide the very best customer service and have knowledgeable experts available to help you choose the right parts for your vehicle. Rely on APN, where we always provide the best service, competitive prices and the best selection of parts available!