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Old 02-27-2012, 11:51 AM   #1
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Default What fitting for Corvette power steering pump?

Trying to find a fitting for a C5/C6 Corvette power steering pump to steering box. Is this what I need:
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That's the HP port from the pump to the rack. The one from DSE will have a different flow/pressure rate than a stock GM fitting. Why are you changing it?
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I don't have anything presently. I was under the impression I would need a special fitting for it. Do I just get a GM fitting for it?
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I ended up with a reman from Advance and the fitting came with the pump...
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If you want to install a fitting in the Corvette pump that has a AN-6 out, then Earls makes one.

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M16 1.5 to an6
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