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I have a 1991 mr2 with no power steering is it possible to get power steering fitted and is it easy enough to do it myself?

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Yes you can convert it to power steering with factory parts or after market parts. You should do research in your area for what is available. There are electric and hydraulic systems out there. Depending on the amount you are willing to spend and how mechanically inclined you are will determine weather you would want to try to install it yourself. If you want to try it yourself it is not real hard but I do recommend that you at least have an assistant to help you it will make life easier for you.

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