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A1 Cardone 1C-1002 Power Steering Assist Motor Module - Direct Fit
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Warranty : 3-year or 36,000-mile A1 Cardone limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 2-3 business daysQuantity Sold : Sold individually
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Power Steering Assist Motor Module Guides

Straightforward Steps to Follow When Replacing the Power Steering Assist Motor Module

The power steering assembly is an ingenious automotive system which helps you maneuver your car more effortlessly and precisely on the road. It's made up of various components that work together to ensure that you get the best handling performance from your ride. One of the most essential components of this assembly is the power steering assist motor module. Once this part fails, you would have to exert extra effort just to steer your vehicle properly. To prevent the damage from turning into something worse, you should replace it as soon as possible. Here are some steps to help you out:

Difficulty level: Difficult

Things that you will need:

  • Floor jack
  • Jack stands
  • Siphon pump
  • Ratchet and socket set
  • Wrenches
  • Drain pan
  • Owner's manual
  • Replacement power steering assist motor module
  • Clean rags

Step 1: Before starting the replacement procedure, park your car over an area with an even floor surface to prevent any accidents. You should also let the engine cool sufficiently to keep yourself from getting burned by any hot component or fluid.

Step 2: Raise the hood of your vehicle and disconnect the negative cable from the battery.

Step 3: Locate the power steering fluid reservoir under the hood of your car. Its location may vary depending on the vehicle's make and model, so make sure you have your owner's manual near you for further guidance.

Step 4: Remove the contents of the power steering reservoir using your siphon pump.

Step 5: Carefully raise your vehicle using the floor jack. Place the jack stands underneath it for extra support. Make sure that it's safely lifted up before you proceed to the next steps.

Step 6: Using wrench, remove the lug nuts of the front wheels one at a time. To avoid misplacing them, put all of these lug nuts in one container.

Step 7: Pull the front wheels off of your car and set them aside.

Step 8: Remove the tie rod from the steering knuckle. Before you can do this, you need to take off its cotter pins and castle nut first.

Step 9: Shift the steering wheel to a straightforward position in order for you to gain unhindered access to the steering column and power steering rack.

Step 10: Remove the connection between the power steering rack and column. Make sure that you place the drain pan underneath in order to catch the residual fluid that might flow out of these components.

Step 11: After you've detached the steering rack from the power steering column, remove all the other components that are in the way of the damaged power steering assist motor module. The parts that you need to detach may be different for every vehicle. Again, you need to consult your owner's manual to get additional instructions that are specific to your car's make and model.

Step 12: Once you've gotten all the obstructing components out of the way, you should now uninstall the damaged power steering assist motor module from its mounting location.

Step 13: Secure the replacement power steering assist motor module in place.

Step 14: Reinstall all the components that you removed earlier. Make sure that you torque all their fasteners up according to the manufacturer's specifications.

Step 15: Fill up the reservoir with clean power steering fluid.

Step 16: Drive your vehicle to test if the new power steering assist motor module is working as it should be.

This complicated task may take around four hours to finish.

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