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    stupid question about the rear steering pump.

    How do you remove it? Before I go about using a prybar, I figured the smartest thing I could do was ask someone who may have done this before.
    2009 BMW M3. No cats, intake and tune.
    2003 Acura TL
    1993 3000GT VR4 IPS TD05 E16G 506awhp@22psi Pump 92

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    One 14mm bolt, then twist it back and forth while pulling up. If you're doing it with the diff in the car, then a pry bar may be needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans@GZP View Post
    One 14mm bolt, then twist it back and forth while pulling up. If you're doing it with the diff in the car, then a pry bar may be needed.
    Thats how i got mine out, and then i just plugged the whole with a freeze plug, 1 1/16'' or 1 1/8'' i believe it was.

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    Thanks for the info guys.

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