My power streering pump top pivot bolt is broken off in the head. I should have noticed this when I bought the truck - never inspect a truck in the rain I guess. The pump works but its pulley is couple degrees off the plane of the water pump pulley and it squeaks peroidically hinting at a bearing problem or rubbing. Right now the top of the pwr steering pump bracket is resting on the water pump and is too close to the block by the looks of it (belt tension pushes it that way). I suppose I could just wedge the correct spacer between it and the head and hope it stays put (PING as it goes into the fan and through the rad. Ok bad idea.) I'd like to set this thing up correctly esp. if it's eating the pump bearings. The broken bolt in the head looks like someone had a go at it with an E-Z out or similar so it's only got a couple mm around the edges for 1/2 a cm or so. How deep is this hole? Will a machine shop or engine builder have any 'magic' ways of fixing this problem while the head is in the truck?