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power steering pump

I bought a neighbors 944 that had the motor pulled and several boxes of assorted parts. I'm slowly getting it back together, but I'm having trouble determining whether I'm missing parts or whether I just don't know how it fits together.

1. What does the power steering pump bolt to? I haven't found a good picture of this.

2. What drives the power steering belt? There's a single pulley on the front of my crank that presumably drives the AC/Alternator belt. Should there be a second pulley on the crank?

TIA.

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There should be a second pulley on the front of the crank. One is for a v-belt that goes to the power steering pump, and the other a ribbed pulley going to the a/c and alternator. When the timing covers are on, they will of course be outside of the bottom cover.
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Erik posted this pic a week or so ago.........

You can see the extra pulley thats been mentioned.......

The part that is circled broken is where the powersteering pump goes.

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Ah, that picture helps. Thanks.
Now, if I can figure out why mine's missing that bracket...

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