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How to rebuilt 1965 ford mustang power steering control valve

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  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2008

    rebuilt control valve on 65 v8, replace hydraulic power cylinder, had p/s pump rebuilt, intalled new hoses. Still no power assist whatsoever. Help.



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If you have a fax number I will send you the procedure from the shop manual

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