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Absolutely. The great thing about having the zerks is when you put fresh grease in, the old grease comes out. With the old grease comes any dirt and grime which may have collected. This should keep your heim joint in good stead. Most heim joints are completely rebuildable, meaning you can take them apart, clean them, regrease, then put them back together. ...


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I'm unsure if it would actually pinpoint a leaking fitting/seal. Using a hand vacuum pump with a reservoir you fill the system and apply ~20inHg. Repeat until you stop seeing fluid entering the reservoir. Leave the vacuum on the system and walk away for 5 or so minutes. If pressure doesn't drop you're good. Generally if you don't see a fluid leak, look at ...


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You need to identify the source of the leak Clean everything in your driveway. Use Gunk, water soluble, or the like and get the Power Steering Fluid gone. Then: Allow everything to dry out. Validate any leaks...mind you, you have not started the engine since you cleaned EVERYTHING that could be consider oil out of the engine bay. Now, start it and run. ...


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Reseal the pump inlet fitting. It lets air in here but will leak very little or no fluid out. It is a short plastic fitting with an o-ring seal on the pump end. In the unlikely case that this does not resolve the symptom, next replace the inlet hose. If it is still doing it after that then reseal the pump. Honda sells all the parts to reseal the pump; the ...


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Also the Manual steering setup is lighter in race applications. This also means no extra pulley (power steering pump removal) on the belt so you actually gain a little bit of hp. Also I just remembered.... If your vehicle stops running you can still steer it. Power/assisted steering gets tight and hard to turn while manual does not.


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Feedback is the name of the game. I have been driving a car with manual steering for over a year now, and I can say that manual steering gives you much more feedback when compared to assisted steering. What is feedback? 90% of the time on everyday commuting, feedback isn't worth a dime, unless you are an enthusiast, but when you are on a track day, proper ...



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