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Were is the power steering pressure witch located on lilcoln continental 1997

Were is located the pressure swich

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You will have to go under your car, where the steering wheel shaft connects to the steering housing. there in that area you should see it screwed into the housing. should have some wires hooked to it.
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Tell us more, josefina!

Unless I'm mistaken, there is no "power steering pressure switch" as in on/off.

All the best.

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

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    Steve Waclo Nov 26, 2014

    Yo Jeff!

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    Steve Waclo Nov 26, 2014

    Yo Jeff!

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    Steve Waclo Nov 26, 2014

    I better stick to what I know! Here's a tutorialhttp://www.ehow.com/info_8748803_power-s... Just like the sensor that tell the computer the A/C just came on. Thanks.

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REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  2. Remove sight shield.
  3. Remove module bracket.
  4. Disconnect No. 6 spark plug wire to prevent damage to wire.
  5. Remove radiator fan shroud assembly.
  6. Remove top RH isolated radiator mount bracket.
  7. Remove remote air cleaner.
  8. Remove ignition coil.
  9. Disconnect electrical connector on power steering pressure switch at steering gear.
  10. Remove pressure switch to allow for tool clearance.
  11. Remove screw at pressure switch and return line bracket.
  12. Remove anti rattle clips from power steering lines.
  13. Remove plastic strap attaching steering gear heat shield to power steering return line.
  14. Remove plastic strap attaching lines to transfer tube on the steering gear.
  15. Disconnect Electronic Vacuum Regulator (EVR) valve wire.
  16. Remove the ground wire from back of engine block.
  17. Remove pressure line fitting at power steering pump using a 5/8 inch flare nut wrench.
  18. Loosen clamp and remove return line at pump.
  19. Loosen clamps and remove return line at power steering oil cooler.
  20. Remove pressure line fitting (gold in color) at steering gear, using an 18mm open end wrench.
  21. Remove return line fitting (silver in color) at steering gear, using an 18mm open end wrench.
  22. Loosen two screws retaining power steering oil cooler to sub frame.
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