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I installed a Caprice power steering unit when the Cadillac one died, no EVO and was comparatively dirt cheap.N0DIH said:Now, to get that EVO Steering disabled, if anyone cares...
Not to get too terribly off topic, but what's the difference in feel like? Any at all? I've always thought that an SS box would be the way to go if the one in a Fleetwood died, but have always wondered how much that would change the feel.coleman said:I installed a Caprice power steering unit when the Cadillac one died, no EVO and was comparatively dirt cheap.
caddycruiser said:Not to get too terribly off topic, but what's the difference in feel like? Any at all? I've always thought that an SS box would be the way to go if the one in a Fleetwood died, but have always wondered how much that would change the feel.
Oh, okay. I've been a little confused about that all for a while, like what actually is a good solution to EVO issues. Both our '92 Roadmaster and the '93 FWB have the funny "jerk" when turning slightly for a bend in the road, which can be kinda worrying at times, but it was never enough to think either needed fixed. I love how nice and "pinky easy" it is in a parking lot, but the overly done lightness on the highway drives me mad.N0DIH said:EVO isn't in the box, it is the pump. If you disconnect the connector, it goes into full pressure boost, making it feel like a 60's Ford for steering. BUT, it can be "fixed", but I posted sometime ago that I would figure it out, but no one cared, so I didn't either. Mine works fine with no issues.
Changing the box will make a difference, but the issue is the steering pressure is high to reduce effort.
Honestly, I think that I can disable it farily easily.
I'm assuming you loose the outside temperature feature?ocjmakaveli said:Any questions just ask...
Oh, perfect then! On the old '92 you have to press the button to switch between inside and outside temp--guess they just made it simpler!ocjmakaveli said:Wow HRS a little negative are we....Actually No there are No functions lost not one, all diagnostic works the outside temp is there too, blend, vent and all other buttons work. I've tested every feature and they ALL work.
the roady unit doesnt require the driver to press outside temp to view the temperature after you set your inside temp it reverts to the outside temp on the display :bouncy:
Nothing lost, no defects, no problems whatsoever I'm done with the install and spent about 20 minutes testing all the features and everything functions how it should.