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Electric Power Steering Pump

Electric Power Steering Pump

Electric Power Steering Pump

(OP)
Does any one know of a electric 12V power steering pump?
I heard Honda is coming out with one but I cannot find any information or data.

Thank You
Rob Schultz
SEPI

R1Schultz@aol.com

RE: Electric Power Steering Pump

MG/ROVER USE A ELECTRIC POWER STEERING MOTOR ON THE STEERING COLUMN OF MGF CARS WITH EPAS

RE: Electric Power Steering Pump

Just called the Honda dealership..
Service Dept says the Insight, Prelude, and S2000 all have electric power steering.  All other models are belt-driven.
I was wondering too!

RE: Electric Power Steering Pump

(OP)
Thank you radiohead I appreciate the feed back

RE: Electric Power Steering Pump

Is the steering on the above Honda vehicles "rack and pinion" or "recirculating ball"?

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