When you are turning a corner, the power steering system in your Chrysler ensures that you do not have to use a great amount of force to turn the steering wheel, and that you do not have to turn the wheel very far to achieve the desired results. At the heart of the system is the Chrysler power steering pump, which is responsible for developing the hydraulic pressure that drives the system. It derives its power from the engine, through a pulley on the unit, which is connected to the crankshaft through a belt. The pulley drives a piston in the Chrysler power steering pump to build the hydraulic pressure. After many years, leaks may develop in the seals that contain the pressure. When the leaks become bad enough, the Chrysler power steering pump may need to be replaced. In our online catalog, you will find the perfect replacement for most vehicles, at a much lower price than the cost from a dealership. Our version meets all of the specifications of the original unit, so it will be easy to install and it will last at least as long as the original part. Installation will require that the belt to the old Chrysler power steering pump be removed, then the parts can be swapped out, and the belt reattached. Afterwards, fill the system with power steering fluid and bleed the system according to the proper procedure. When you are ready to order a new Chrysler power steering pump for your vehicle, the process can be completed on our web site, with our secure ordering system, or with a toll-free call to one of the friendly associates in our sales department.