Mercruiser Power Steering Pump – South Florida
ProMarine is your best source for quality re-manufactured parts for your boat! This Power Steering Pump is a Re-manufactured unit, complete with new O-rings. This unit will fit all Crusader, Indmar, MerCruiser, OMC, and Volvo Penta 4cyl engines, as well as 4.3L V6, and 5.0L, 5.7L or 7.4L or 8.1L V8 engines. Replaces part #’s : 16792A39, 3863130, 36368, 71317A1, 90507A3, Sierra part # 18-7508. The factory power steering pumps are known for leaks and bearing failure. This re-manufactured Volvo Penta Power Steering pump is the best on the market. We stand behind our products – 12 month Free replacement warranty!!!!
Please Note – The Mercruiser Power Steering pump shown in images 2 thru 4 is what we ship to you. Reservoir is sold separately should you not be able to re-use your original. This is the exact pump shown as the one shown with the reservoir on it – without the cap and reservoir. The stock image is the first product picture with the reservoir shown. For comparison purposes only.
Remember – YOU MUST use original reservoir. Reservoir sold separately. You might need to reuse your old fittings for the high pressure hose. Sometimes threads are different sizes used on different model boats.
BatteryPete offers to you as a valued customer parts and products that he finds in his daily life of fixing things and having fun that can save you money over traditional avenues. In the case of this Volvo Penta Power Steering pump he searched the internet far and wide looking for a good quality used or re-manufactured unit instead of paying alot of money for a new unit and could not find one right away. After making several phone calls and tracking down Promarine he was able to secure a like new – re-manufactured Volvo Penta Power Steering pump for his then family boat – Crownline 238 Deck boat with a Volvo Penta 5.7L engine. After getting to know the guys at Promarine he suggested they re-manufacture pumps for his customers to also save a few bucks and have a readily available unit when searching the internet. To save you time and money and get back on the water where your boat belongs.