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What is the wire on bottom of power steering pump

The wire on the bottom of pump broke, it appears to be removable but i cant find the part

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Its a pressure switch.....when fully turned to a lock position the switch kicks up the idle 200 rpm. if it shorts the idle will go up 200 rpm every time u start the truck.....common on 98 rodeo models.

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