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How do i remove the pressure sensor switch on power steering pump on 2002 lincoln ls v8

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Vaps Sensor--on steering rack.
Pump Pressure Sw - in line next to pump.
For complete disassembly and removal of switch as well as power steering.Please click the link below:--- ---------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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