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1967 mustang power steering problem

Replaced two pumps already still no power assist , replaced control valve, now have power assist only when revving up past 3000 rpm, or driving fast.

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    when it gets cold i lose my power steering after i replaced the pump and valve


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There may be air traped in the line.

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