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    Isiah,
    It's been a while, and I have to admit, I did NOT watch that video, but if I recall correctly, part of the deletion process is to use a hose to tie the feed back into the return, thereby elimination fluid flow to the rear rack.

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    ^^ yes, right at the reservoir i thought. so, it should be reasonable to just connect the two ports together.

    any other takers?




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    is it the two ports on the back of the power steering reservoir that need to be capped? is that all i need to do to keep the fluid from the rear wheel steering system? is that safe as can be?

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    Here is 3SX's guide for using their kit:
    https://www.3sx.com/install-3sx-aws-...limination-kit

    It discusses how to address plugging the lines coming off the rack and pinion and how to deal with the reservoir. Take a look and let us know if you have additional questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shmoo View Post
    is it the two ports on the back of the power steering reservoir that need to be capped? is that all i need to do to keep the fluid from the rear wheel steering system? is that safe as can be?

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    No, there are four lines going to the back of the car for the aws system. 2 lines come off the reservoir (low pressure) and 2 lines come off the rack and pinion (high pressure). You have to plug the high pressure lines and either loop back the reservoir lines or swap in a FWD reservoir.

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    ^^ thank you

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    some of 3sx's pictures aren't doing it for me. really both of the pictures that i need to understand are not clear to me. i'll climb under the car and try to get some clarity.

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    for the emergency brake:

    according to the video i need to disconnect the two brake lines under the center console. i did that.

    according to the 3sx walk through, i need to disconnect the brake cable line brackets.

    question: what/where All do i need to disconnect the e brake?

    thank you

    ediT: so, for the e brake, it was just the two brackets at the aft of the driveshaft tunnel, and the fitting under the center console.
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    chris, what did you use to solidify your rear subframe bushings, and what do you think about it after driving the car again?

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    I welded large washers to the frame and bushing pins. Don't do this to a street car, a solid mounted diff whines constantly while moving. Poly bushings are pushing it honestly, there's no real benefit unless you have a clearance issue like the 3SX sway bar hitting the driveshaft and car underbody and I needed make sure NOTHING moved in addition to beating the fuck out if the car for it to fit. At that point I also decided since I'm this far I was going to space the subframe upwards for suspension geometry fix.

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