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Remove powersteering speed sensor - 1988 Acura Legend

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Its there for good reason, so you dont spear of the highway at 65 mile an hour, it deliberatly lowers stearing preasure/ assist at higher speeds. and in four wheel steer modles it switches from opposed rear steer to aligned rear steer. so i sugest unless it is broke dont remove it.

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