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Old 16 Sep 2012, 03:22 pm
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Angry Power Steering Sensor

i have a 2001 pt limited, and ive gotten the code that the power steering sensor is going out. is there any way that i can replace it myself without having to see a mechanic? and if so, are there any detailed photographic instructions on how to do it? this is like the billionth thing on this car to go bad, im really getting tired of it and getting ready to call the dealership and have em come take it back...thankfully they dont report to my credit.
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Old 16 Sep 2012, 04:14 pm
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Power Steering Switch

2001 PT cruiser power steering sensor
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Old 16 Sep 2012, 06:00 pm
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Originally Posted by Ray_Dockrey View Post

I love that second one.
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