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2011 Tundra TRD SR5 5.7L Power Steering Pump Replacement

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundras (2007-2013)' started by PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA, Mar 1, 2020.

  1. Mar 1, 2020 at 2:13 AM
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    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA

    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA [OP] Still Gonna Send It...

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    Chopped and dumped dual exhaust; 6" fully adjustable ProComp lift w/ FabTech rear shocks, 12.5x20 Pro Comp rims on 37x12.50x20 tread wright mud tires, pedal commander throttle programmer and sound system from hell which consist of Sony double din headunit, 4 Morel Maximo Ultra 603 component door speakers w/ 4 tweeters ran on a Rockford fosgate P500-4 punch amp under drivers seat then the bass comes from a custom 15” 4000rms sub made from a Skar 15” Skar basket and motor with sundown x series components made by Patrick @ Robot Underground in Mesa AZ which is powered by 2 C.A.B. Audio 2000.1D amps strapped together at .08ohm which produces just under 5000rms. Also installed 100sq.ft. 10mil dynamat sound deadening on all 4doors (both exterior and interior chambers) double layer on roof and back wall as well as inside side mirror covers and behind side mirrors
    Looked all over the DIY threads and other places to post these instructions on the how-to of the replacement. I unfortunately get to tackle this wonderful task in the morning. Anyways long story short attached are the steps to replacing a power steering pump on a 2nd Gen Tundra 5.7L

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  2. Mar 1, 2020 at 2:17 AM
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    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA

    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA [OP] Still Gonna Send It...

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    White 2011 Tundra SR5 TRD (Psycho White)
    Chopped and dumped dual exhaust; 6" fully adjustable ProComp lift w/ FabTech rear shocks, 12.5x20 Pro Comp rims on 37x12.50x20 tread wright mud tires, pedal commander throttle programmer and sound system from hell which consist of Sony double din headunit, 4 Morel Maximo Ultra 603 component door speakers w/ 4 tweeters ran on a Rockford fosgate P500-4 punch amp under drivers seat then the bass comes from a custom 15” 4000rms sub made from a Skar 15” Skar basket and motor with sundown x series components made by Patrick @ Robot Underground in Mesa AZ which is powered by 2 C.A.B. Audio 2000.1D amps strapped together at .08ohm which produces just under 5000rms. Also installed 100sq.ft. 10mil dynamat sound deadening on all 4doors (both exterior and interior chambers) double layer on roof and back wall as well as inside side mirror covers and behind side mirrors
    If any of the pics uploaded twice my apologies. I did it with one eye open running on empty. Will let you know the outcome of difficulty level. Book says it’s a 3.7hr job so 7hr replacement here I come
     
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  3. Mar 3, 2020 at 10:13 AM
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    SC_TRD

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    Any follow up on how this went? I started experiencing some power steering issues last night, and found what looks to be a small leak evidenced by power steering fluid nicely splashed all under the fluid reservoir... not sure if I have to replace anything/everything yet... but hoping my worst case scenario, which is replacing everything wont be too bad.

    thank you!
     
  4. Mar 4, 2020 at 9:47 PM
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    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA

    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA [OP] Still Gonna Send It...

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    Vehicle:
    White 2011 Tundra SR5 TRD (Psycho White)
    Chopped and dumped dual exhaust; 6" fully adjustable ProComp lift w/ FabTech rear shocks, 12.5x20 Pro Comp rims on 37x12.50x20 tread wright mud tires, pedal commander throttle programmer and sound system from hell which consist of Sony double din headunit, 4 Morel Maximo Ultra 603 component door speakers w/ 4 tweeters ran on a Rockford fosgate P500-4 punch amp under drivers seat then the bass comes from a custom 15” 4000rms sub made from a Skar 15” Skar basket and motor with sundown x series components made by Patrick @ Robot Underground in Mesa AZ which is powered by 2 C.A.B. Audio 2000.1D amps strapped together at .08ohm which produces just under 5000rms. Also installed 100sq.ft. 10mil dynamat sound deadening on all 4doors (both exterior and interior chambers) double layer on roof and back wall as well as inside side mirror covers and behind side mirrors
    Apologies for the late response, I’ve been swamped. I followed the info I posted and it was pretty easy but tedious, definitely would have been easier with smaller hands Lol. If your able to get the belt removed and the two bolts out of the front of power steering pump, then you wouldn’t need to go through removing everything on the passenger side minus the washer fluid tank. The pump I was able to remove from the wheel well area; but I do have a 6” lift to assist with the clearance. Also check your power steering reservoir at the seam cause mine has a slight separation where the top and bottom come together. Also if anyone orders from LKQonline.com check the part before the ups guy leaves. This pump was $86 shipped with only 23,000 on it but as you can see by the pics; it’s a rough 23,000

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  5. Mar 4, 2020 at 9:50 PM
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    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA

    PSYCHO WHITE TUNDRA [OP] Still Gonna Send It...

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    Vehicle:
    White 2011 Tundra SR5 TRD (Psycho White)
    Chopped and dumped dual exhaust; 6" fully adjustable ProComp lift w/ FabTech rear shocks, 12.5x20 Pro Comp rims on 37x12.50x20 tread wright mud tires, pedal commander throttle programmer and sound system from hell which consist of Sony double din headunit, 4 Morel Maximo Ultra 603 component door speakers w/ 4 tweeters ran on a Rockford fosgate P500-4 punch amp under drivers seat then the bass comes from a custom 15” 4000rms sub made from a Skar 15” Skar basket and motor with sundown x series components made by Patrick @ Robot Underground in Mesa AZ which is powered by 2 C.A.B. Audio 2000.1D amps strapped together at .08ohm which produces just under 5000rms. Also installed 100sq.ft. 10mil dynamat sound deadening on all 4doors (both exterior and interior chambers) double layer on roof and back wall as well as inside side mirror covers and behind side mirrors
    Here’s the pics of the pump from LKQ

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  6. Mar 6, 2020 at 8:31 AM
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    SC_TRD

    SC_TRD Big BASTRD 4x4 Enthusiast

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    thank you for the info and the tip on the reservoir. I checked the reservoir seam as you mentioned while I was getting gas this morning and think I have a similar problem, so hopefully shouldn’t be too difficult to fix. I have to change oil this weekend, and install some new shackles so will investigate more thoroughly tomorrow.

    thank you again!
     

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