Jeep Wrangler Power Steering Pump Replacement Cost

Know what price you should pay to get your vehicle fixed.

Power Steering Pump Replacement
The average cost for a Jeep Wrangler power steering pump replacement is between $562 and $651. Labor costs are estimated between $138 and $175 while parts are priced between $424 and $476. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
Note about price: This service is typically done as part of a bigger, more expensive repair, so the estimate you see above may not represent your total cost. Some of these bigger related repairs are listed in the table below. Talk with a RepairPal Certified shop to learn which repairs may be right for you.
Power Steering Pump Replacement

What is a power steering pump?

The power steering pump pressurizes and circulates power steering fluid through the power steering hydraulic system, allowing the steering wheel to turn with greater ease.

How does the power steering pump work?

Power steering pumps create hydraulic pressure, and a hose transfers the pressure to the steering gear, where it can be used to assist in turning the wheels. Another hose then returns the used fluid to be pressurized.

This process happens continuously, and the power steering pump pressurizes fluid any time the engine is running.

What are the symptoms related to a bad power steering pump?

If you have a power steering fluid leak, you'll likely see a puddle of it on the ground under your car. If the fluid level gets too low, the car will get harder to steer, especially at low speeds. The power steering pump may also start making a screeching noise when you turn the steering wheel.

» MORE: Signs your power steering pump is going bad

Can I drive with a power steering pump problem?

A vehicle can be driven with leaking power steering components, but you'll need to make sure there's enough fluid for the system to function. If the fluid is leaking fast, have the car towed to a repair shop to prevent damage to the power steering system.

How often do power steering pumps need to be replaced?

In most vehicles, the power steering system will last well over 100,000 miles before any failures occur. Mechanical issues and leaks in the power steering system are usually avoidable if you stick to the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual. But because of the pressure in the system, parts of it will eventually wear out.

Power Steering Pump Replacement Cost Estimates

The average cost for a Power Steering Pump Replacement is between $562 and $651 but can vary from car to car.