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BWD Power Steering Pressure Switch

Part No. PS103 Warranty  

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BWDPower Steering Pressure Switch
 
5.0

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5.0

perfect fit works like original

By Bob

from U.P.

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      works good

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      5.0

      Fits good

      By electricshort

      from Wheeling, il

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        Comments about BWD Power Steering Pressure Switch:

        Fit perfect on 2001 Pt Cruiser. old one leaked power steering fluid out around the plastic body. Need a 7/8 deep socket and a wobble extention is very helpful to change this part. Just a note have the new one ready to put in after removing the old one since you will get alot of fluid out of the hole. This is a good time to flush and change the fluid. The screen on the resevoir does get plugged after a while.

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        • Q:

          Good night i have a 2002 Dodge Neon 2.0L SFI SOHC 4cyl and i want to knows where is power steering pressure switch located, I am showing a the computer error code P0551 and respond to that pressure switch. i appreciate any help, thank you in advanced. any Help will be greatly appreciated !!!!
          Asked on 4/14/2014 by Demis from Tampa FL

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            A:

            Hello Demis, Good question. The Power Steering Pressure Switch (Part# PS103) will most likley located on the power steering high pressure line. There may be other sensors in that area so I would recommend that you pick up a Haynes manual (Part# 30036) to determine which one is the correct sensor.

            Answered on 4/15/2014 by Wil from AAP
        • Q:

          where is power sterring switch located
          Asked on 4/5/2014 by jerry from staunton va.

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            A:

            Hi Jerry, happy to help! To further assist with the power steering switch, please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

            Answered on 4/7/2014 by Steve from AAP
        • Q:

          i recently had the a/c compressor removed from my '96 voyager, now (maybe it's a coincidence) i have a bad power steering fluid leak. could these be connected? as i understand it the pressure switch communicates with the a/c compressor via computer...
          Asked on 9/19/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            Yes, this part fits your 1996 Plymouth Voyager.

            Answered on 9/20/2011 by Aaron from AAP
        • Q:

          where is the location?end do you have a picture/video pls.
          Asked on 5/17/2011 by james from c.a.

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            The pressure switch is the high pressure line near the steering gear, follow the line from the power steering pump, the one that is metal, to the steering gear.

            Answered on 5/18/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
        • Q:

          Will a faulty switch cause fluid to be forced out of the resovior in a 96 Chrysler T&C.
          Asked on 2/12/2011 by docpower from KCMO

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            A:

            Yes, the faulty switch cause fluid to be forced out of the reservoir (power steering pump).

            Answered on 4/25/2011 by David the Dynamite Parts Guy from AAP
        • Q:

          What does the switch do?
          Asked on 8/7/2010 by redwings1961 from Conyers,GA

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            The switch's function is to signal the PCM when the power-steering system exceeds its normal operating hydraulic pressure, like when you cut the steering wheel all the way to one side and hear that hissing sound from the pump. The PCM then raises the idle speed and/or disengages the air-conditioning compressor to prevent the engine from stalling.

            Answered on 8/8/2010 by skarakis from aap
        • Q:

          will a bad power steering pressure switch make my engine die when turing the sterring wheel
          Asked on 5/18/2010 by bigmike from columbus ohio

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            It could be part of the problem, however I would recommend taking it in to a reputable mechanics shop to determine the exact cause of why the vehicle dies as it could be a short in the wiring.

            Answered on 5/19/2010 by Rose from AAP
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