i have to say 1st off i am sorry i do not have a full set of pictures, but with what i have anyone can do this in a 1-2 hours time. We had a huge storm comming in and it was getting into the 30s so i wanted it done ASAP. well we had a small leak in the P/S system for awhile and i just kept adding new fluid until the sounds and lack of power steering at times got to me. this is an easy task if you get the 2 sets of tools i recomened. here is the before View. i got the typical fluid on and around the pump and steering box. here is a closer view of the steering pump. you need to remove the serp belt (i did the idler and tensioner pulleys so mine was off already. this picture was done before any work was completed. if you want to do this correctly get a set of these flare or line wrenches. they are great for ny hose connection, brake or tranny ines without messing up the nut. the next must have tool to complete this task is a pulley removal tool. (i got my 1st set from Harbor Freight for under $10. this is good a few uses, but i had a friend "Borrow" mine and it is MIA so i got a better one.