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I have an image of a particular part on my '96 Honda Prelude and I have no idea what it is. It's connected to the power steering and is some kind of sensor. Anyone have any insight?

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  • And as father of the original poster on FB, I thank you very much as well! It is indeed in the hose, so I'm going with the Pressure Switch verdict.
    – user1508
    Feb 12, 2012 at 17:28

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I am not positive from the picture but if that is screwed into the steering rack it's the Front sub-steering angle sensor.

If it's in a hose which seems more likely to me it's the power steering pressure switch.

Pictured below

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Link to Autozone site for part

Power steering pressure switch reports power steering high pressures to the on-board computer When not replaced, engine may die during hard turns at idle and check engine light may illuminate

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    @cdhanson click the check mark to mark the answer correct. You can upvote too if you like, but not necessary. Feb 12, 2012 at 17:23

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