Saginaw P Power Steering Pump Found In 1960's To 1990's GM Cars
This is a Saginaw “P” power steering pump. It was found on GM vehicles from the 60’s through the 90’s and is still in use on some GM trucks today. It is a wet style pump that resides inside of a reservoir can. Because of hundreds of variations of this can (different clocking, neck types, cap placement and return hose placement), we sell this pump without a can, intended to be installed into your existing can. It comes with a new o-ring and you can take a look at our quick video for installation instructions.
Variations through the years for most models of GM vehicles
- From 1964-1974 the Saginaw P pump had SAE mounting threads, used an SAE inverted flare fitting and came with a 5/8” Keyed shaft.
- From 1975-1979 the Saginaw “P” pump had SAE mounting threads, used an SAE inverted flare fitting and came with a 3/4" press on shaft.
- From 1980 on the Saginaw “P” pump had metric mounting threads, used a metric o-ring fitting and came with a 3/4" press on shaft.
Because of these variables you will need to know the following information to order:
- Shaft: 3/4” Press On or 5/8” Keyed
- Fitting Type: SAE Inverted Flare, Metric O-Ring or add -6AN ($15)
- Pressure/Flow: Standard 1450PSI & 2.75GPM or With Hydroboost Brakes 1500PSI & 3.0GPM
This product will be shipped between 3-5 business days from when order is placed.