AMC Rebel Steering Pump
The American Motor Corporation is an American automobile company. The various models of the American Motor Corporation are AMX, Hornet, Matador, Javelin, Alliance, Pacer, Eagle, Encore, Gremlin, Rebel, Rogue, Marlin and Spirit. The AMC Rebel steering pump is belt-driven pump that use pulley mechanisms attached directly to the pump housings. These pulley mechanisms, which are circular in shape and have small, open grooves and are driven by rubberized belts that mesh with the pulley grooves. These belts are attached to other belt-driven engine components and are powered by the spinning motion of the engine crankshaft.
The AMC Rebel steering pump is equipped with inner rotor mechanisms that spin rapidly and are responsible for pressurizing the fluid in AMC Rebel steering pump. The spinning action of this rotor mechanism is what pressurizes the power steering fluid, and propels it out of the AMC Rebel steering pump unit and into the rest of the power steering pump system. This pressurized power steering fluid provides the lubricating and heat-reducing properties needed to ensure adequate power steering system function, as well as the fluid pressure needed to turn the power steering gear located in the power steering gear box.