Your Audi power steering pump is the source of the smooth and easy steering that you enjoy while driving, instead of having to muscle your vehicle through turns, developing the biceps of a pro wrestler in the meantime. A well-built part engineered to perform efficiently and reliably for a good long time, there are a few simple maintenance steps that you can perform to help your Audi power steering pump reach its full lifespan potential. The Audi power steering pump draws its power from the engine, using a belt and pulley to harness that energy. Thus, it is necessary to periodically check to make sure that the belt is in good condition, showing no signs of fraying or stretching and is securely in its place. You'll also need to take a good look at the pulley that helps to run the Audi steering pump, making sure that it is not corroded or bent and is moving as freely as it should. You should also keep an eye on the condition of the Audi power steering pump hose set up, making sure that the connections are tight and that the rubber has not degraded, and that there are no bulges or tears. Another important part of maintaining your Audi power steering pump is to monitor the fluid level. A sudden drop in the fluid level can indicate a problem with your Audi power steering pump or a hose leak. Even with regular maintenance, eventually the inner working parts of your Audi power steering pump will just wear out, and when that happens, you'll be able to find an appropriate Audi power steering pump replacement in our online catalog, which features a broad range of aftermarket parts and accessories for your Audi. You can order your Audi power steering pump replacement online or with our toll-free telephone number.