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Old 20 Oct 2009, 09:46 pm
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Default how can i disconnect power steering on my 1990 honda accord?

i want the disconnect it so i can dissconect the cross member or the fame.
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Old 20 Oct 2009, 10:01 pm
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Why do you want to? Most cars with power steering are very difficult to drive with it disabled, especially at slow speed.
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