Looking to tap into some of that vast wisdom and knowledge that is floating around out here. The GP pretty much has been up on jack stands since May. Started out as a suspension swap and has turned into multiple side projects along the way. The newest one is the power steering pump. I had issues with it at the beginning of the year and tore it down and cleaned out what I could. Plumbed it back in the system and worked fine. This latest go around happened after I replaced the coolant overflow tank. Got it on the ground and had intermittent power assist. So back up it went and bleed the system and also noticed my battery light was on. Well, after bleeding the system the PS decided it just didnâ€™t want to play anymore. Frustrated I let it sit a few days while I cooled off and did a little more research. I found another how to article and decided to take it completely down to the circuit board, mainly to see if anything burned up or broke, found nothing. It was a little dirty so I cleaned it all up and put it back together. As I mentioned it was a few days so of course the battery was dead when I went to test it out. Hooked it up for a charge and it was taking way to long, over a full day and was not completely charged. So I purchased a new battery and hoped for the best. Still no PS and that pesky little battery light was still there. So I have given in and purchased another power steering pump with hope that I will have the GP back on the road again this year. I was wondering if anyone that has had issues in the past with their power steering pump had noticed that little battery light was on at the same time. It being strictly electric I am making an assumption there is an issue somewhere in the circuitry and it is drawing excessively from the battery giving me the light. Thoughts?