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Old 02-26-2008, 07:05 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can find one, I cant find one here in Canada, any links would be great,

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Rock Auto.

They will even sell you a new connector for it. When you select your car (95 SSE, but supercharged) on that site, they don't list RPO code T2V, but if you look at the very bottom of the power steering pump options, you'll see A-1 Cardone part number 2043832V1. Look at the pic, and you'll clearly see the jack for the plug from the PCM. Pump is 221, core is 100.

How important is T2V to you?
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Id like to upgrade my rack and pinion to the FE2, that will go in the same time as the pump, is the T2V the one I need.

I dont know if I need a pump with resevoir or witouht, other than the remote one is the unit sitting on top of the throttle body?

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It'* not really an 'FE2' rack. My 95 has FE2, but doesn't have the 'sport' rack the SSEi does.

When did your OEM rack get changed? SSEi'* got the sport rack by default.
If you didn't have T2V from the factory (check your RPO'*) you'll have some other work to do. It'* not plug and play.

T2V and the rack are not associated. Both of my cars have T2V. Only one has the sport rack though. Even though BOTH have FE2.

You need the pump with no reservior and the T2V connector if that'* what your RPO codes say.
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So Im getting a little off topic here,

What do I need? Id like to replace the power steering pump beacuse its growling really loud, and my rack and pinion is leaking.

I have a 1995 ssei, What parts should I get to do a direct replacement, for the rack and power steering pump,

Im kind of iffy about taking the car really anywhere (dealer) to get this stuff replaced after my ordeal with a so called bad supercharger, when really the entire time its was the water pump, at least here you all have lots of knowledge on these cars

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We need your RPO codes. You SHOULD have the sport rack and the T2V pump (does your current pump have a connector?).

The following is what you need IF you already have the sport rack or WANT it, AND if you have T2V on your RPO label:

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A-1 CARDONE Part # 2042832V1 {[Power Steering Pump] w/Reservoir; Reman.}
(Supplied w/EVO Component); Renumbered From 20-42832E1
* Non-stock item--shipping delayed up to 2 business days
See the connector on the left side? That'* the givaway. Pump is $121.79 plus a $100 core charge at Rock Auto. Don't forget our 5% club discount.

Rack:
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ACDELCO Part # 3616230 {#88990985}
GEAR,STRG (REMAN-RACK & PINION-POWER COMPLETE) F41 OR FE2 SPORTS SUSP.
* Non-stock item--shipping delayed up to 12 business days
$159.79 plus a $77.00 core at Rock Auto, not including our discount.

Performance costs alot more. This is twice the price of a 'soft-ride' rack.

All this information is clearly called out on Rock Auto'* website.
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Heres the rpo, I didnt see any T2V, I see the FE2, What can you see, hopefully the pic is clear enough

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T2V may be part of another option package. I'm surprised it'* not listed seperately though. I need to check my RPO'* again tonight. I know the SLE is listed, need to see if the SSEi lists it seperately.

Does your PS pump have a connector on it? You should be able to FEEL it by sticking your hand down by the #2 plug, and moving to the underside of the pump from there. Need to verify that.
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