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Old January 4th, 2012, 07:46 PM   #1
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7th gen power steering pump v6

sounds like mine is going bad. anybody got this issue and what did you do?

looked on ebay and used is about $75
parts to rebuild mine is about $50
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Old January 4th, 2012, 08:14 PM   #2
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Just day before yesterday on cold start & cold morning mines acted up and made loud whining noise....drove it and noise stopped....2 days later still no noise on cold start so I'm a bit

Did your whining noise go away after driving ?
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yes it goes away after warm up.
here is solution possibly
DIY Power Steering Pump O-Ring TSB - Drive Accord Honda Forums
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Old January 4th, 2012, 08:33 PM   #5
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Old January 4th, 2012, 08:53 PM   #6
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^ provide more info on RL pump since i know where to get one
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Old January 5th, 2012, 07:01 AM   #7
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wow after seen this i think i have to replace my, for the pass few day (cold days) first start in the morning theres always whining noise, if i turn my steering wheel while it's parked, the noise even goes louder. but after driving for few minutes or fully warmed up it'll go away.
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Old January 5th, 2012, 08:42 AM   #8
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^^I pm'ed Paul about it this morning and just replacing the O-ring is not a permanent fix and the whining will eventually return. He is gonna fix mine and use the pump from the RL so i never have to worry about it again.
replacing the o-ring fixed it for me. its been a year and a half so i dont think its just a temporary fix.
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Old January 5th, 2012, 11:27 AM   #10
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I went to the dealer asking for the o-ring, and they didn`t know anything about it... they couldn`t even find it on the part list.
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2nd the O-Ring solution, fixed it completely and mine was bad.

Honestly, temporary or not, do it before it gets to the point (like mine did) where the air bubbles go crazy and cause fluid to leak out of the reservoir, spilling all over the place and messing up some bearings or whatnot.
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went to dealer today. asked about oring for power steering tsb, guy went and got it without looking in computer, i guess they done it before lol. replaced it (pita). solved the problem i think but today is not as cold as it was yesterday. ill report back but probably will look for RL pump since i see there is oil around the pump itself
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went to dealer today. asked about oring for power steering tsb, guy went and got it without looking in computer, i guess they done it before lol. replaced it (pita). solved the problem i think but today is not as cold as it was yesterday. ill report back but probably will look for RL pump since i see there is oil around the pump itself
How much was it @ dealership ?
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2nd the O-Ring solution, fixed it completely and mine was bad.

Honestly, temporary or not, do it before it gets to the point (like mine did) where the air bubbles go crazy and cause fluid to leak out of the reservoir, spilling all over the place and messing up some bearings or whatnot.
This is exactly what happened to me today after not driving my car for almost a week. Debating on just changing out pump as well....depending on price of Rl or accord oem pump that is
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Before my power steering made lots of nose at a low temperature, but now its even worse. Now it makes nose at all times, always over flows over the top, and its very hard to steer. This all happen because i didn't take care of my problems before. Among Honda cars, this is very common problems that hondas have. but you should get it fixed before it gets very very annoying.
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what is the benefit of the RL pump over the accord one? Mine started making noise as well.
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what is the benefit of the RL pump over the accord one? Mine started making noise as well.
This also. I tried searching but came up empty.
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hit up the junkyard
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Old March 25th, 2012, 06:14 AM   #20
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All you need is the o-ring and the return hose plastic connector....

total cost was like 8 bucks at my local honda store...

the noise you hear is air entering the fluid and aerating the fluid....

your car probably sounds like a FORD power steering pump right now...
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