Volvo Electric Power Steering Pump Wiring Diagram

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No But that would be nice. Given that Ford likes to use a basic design for everything, it wouldn’t be surprising if it were close in dimensions to, say, the F150’s rack and could fit. IIRC these things use the same rack mount bushings as the Mustang, but don’t mention that to me. I’m not sure what would be involved in controlling everything, mainly because I don’t know how they work, but I do know that all those cars have a steering angle sensor in the column if they have variable power steering, so I’m sure an input like that is needed for the EPS.

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Just see if someone has done the $500 I spend painting a Hail Mary. I’m thinking about this rabbit hole for a dashboard modification I’m working on. I want to install a steering wheel from a 15 mustang to have access to the extra buttons, and one thing leads to another….

It seems pretty simple to me. My initial findings lead me to believe that all you need is an EPS rack, ECM and gateway module from a donor vehicle used as the only driver for the rack and a post (or just a clock spring) from the donor vehicle, wiring and a mode switch.

A lot of decisions are made in the ECM about some of the CAN connected components, especially the ABS, which is too complicated to add, but if you’d be happy to have a works rack that won’t compensate for different abs requirements, but still adjust the support based on mode selection, it seems the factory computer logic would work otherwise. without all modules. One complication I’d like to add is to also tap into the output speed sensor on the trans to help with variable speed.

Here is a rack from a 15 mustang GT compared to a rack and k member from an 03+. As for installation, it’s a simple 90* mounting adapter, and find the right braces. The wiring diagram has 5 wires: 12v constant, ground, 12v on, and CAN in, CAN out.

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Here is a diagram of the module interface with the PCM and the module rack and logic. As you can see, the main logic is between the steering angle sensor and the steering control module in the assembly itself.

There’s a right way, a wrong way, and a crappy way to fix something; I usually don’t have the brains or the money to choose the right path.

My 2009 B-I-L Corolla had power steering…how light it was at low speeds and in parking, but at normal highway speeds it felt like any other car with the wrong traction.

You are looking at a different type of EPS. There are several versions. What you’re thinking of, which is a popular style of conversion, is Column EPS. There the steering column is separated from the rack. They also have a reciprocating motor to simulate road feel. What most Fords have, and the kind I’m talking about, is a style called Rack EPS (it should really be called Electric Power Assisted Steering). This style retains the same mechanical linkage between the steering column and the rack, but instead of using hydraulic pressure for steering assistance, an electric motor has taken its place. The feedback through this style is the same as a standard hydraulic rack and pinion

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I got this today. Does anyone know how to install one of these? I am doing a conversion on another car I was told there is a can-bus intermediate? I don’t know if anyone can help.

I assume the BK or BL is the electric power steering pump on a Mazda 3. In which vehicle do you want to install it?

Is there a way to make it work on another car or does it require a Mazda control module? And thanks for the info

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Going for an old Mitsubishi if possible. I wanted to convert to electro-hydraulic before to save some space, but my research at the time did not lead to a solution. It wasn’t as easy as the mr2 pumps or the volvo pumps just needed some info to see if it was possible.

Log in from auto, it will play a message and keep removing some until it reaches the minimum required to run.

Do you know where I can download the manual for this car if there is a wiring diagram for that information

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All cookies that are not specifically required for the website to function and are used to specifically collect user personal data through analytics, advertisements and other embedded content are called non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to obtain user consent before running these cookies on your website. This is not an original idea… It goes to Derek at Honda who did the swap before me. I agree with many of his findings and quotes. This describes the customization and installation of Toyota’s MRII electric power steering unit on our DC2 Integra race cars. This system uses an electric motor to drive a hydraulic pump, which supplies hydraulic pressure to a standard Honda power steering rack.

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We have refined this replacement and will create a full set of screws in the near future. The reason for this substitution is twofold:

(A) to reduce horsepower drag from the power steering pump to the engine. On the Dino engine, the standard DC5 ps pump and rack uses a maximum power of 8.5 hp while in the straight position. In the lower powered B series, the loss was 5 HP. The power loss of the EHPS is between 0.25 and 0.75 hp (through the alternator), depending on the steering load.

(B) The reason I wanted power steering in the first place is that after thirty plus years of international racing cars, I have found it to be quicker on the race track than with manual steering. The lap times of large front-wheel drive cars with many wheels will improve if driver fatigue is reduced. Call it old age if you will, but I prefer to finish an event without feeling like I’ve survived the battle of my life.

Note that this form of electric power steering is not the same as EPS, as used in the S2000 and EP3 Honda Civic, which used an electric motor directly on top of the steering rack with no hydraulic fluid involved.

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Note: This information is provided for those interested in doing the same installation as me. I tested the vehicle at race speed, it works, and I am completely satisfied with the results. If you are not a mechanic or electrician, this exchange is not for you.

Conversion: The main component is the motor/pump assembly. We used the early 92-’93 MR2 motor/pump, which used old technology

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