Power Steering Control Valve 1968-1970

CJ's Part Number: CV4

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When you replace the power steering control valve, go ahead and replace the hoses as well.

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Power Steering Control Valve 1968-1970
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Product Description

Power Steering Control Valve for all 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.

If you are experiencing inconsistent steering and control issues in your 1968-1970 Mustang, then most likely a new power steering control valve will alleviate the problem. This Power Steering Control Valve is not a rebuild, but is manufactured from all brand new components giving you a great new direct replacement to install and get you back in full control of the steering in your Mustang. This new valve will make sure the correct amount of fluid is transferred for even road feel and easy turning that requires minimal force to turn the steering wheel, even when stopped or at very low speeds.

Replacing this valve will restore your steering back to the way it is supposed to be and will make your power steering feel even tighter than the original. This Power Steering Control Valve features a 5/16” pressure port for the power steering hose that will work in any 1968, 1969 or 1970 Mustang, regardless of the engine size you have. This is a direct replacement that will get your steering tightened up and feeling like it did when you sat in her for first time.

If you are having difficulty turning in your 1968-1970 Mustang with power steering, most of the time it is because something isn’t quite right with the control valve. After years of use and exposure to heat and the elements, the parts on your Mustang are going to need replaced and this valve is no exception. Come to a name you can trust and get this new Power Steering Control Valve and much, much more from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Installation Instructions

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Product Reviews

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Power Steering Control Valve 1968-1970 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from junk i purchased this part 2 weeks ago. upon inspection of the part, the rubber boot which surrounds the shaft that goes into the pitman arm was split. all i could do was send it back for a gift card since i had already bought another from a local napa dealer for $120.00 less.
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great I have bought two of these from different vendors. This one works excellent without having to make any adjustments.
Date published: 2015-01-15
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Product Questions


Hi I need a power steering, power assist valve with a pump.. for a 1966 Mustang convertible, 289 engine.. with this 1968 part work?

Asked by: Marie8
No, this one won't work. Look up CJ part # CV5, which is for 1966 V8s.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-06

Is there a core charge for the control valve.

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Product Video

Power Steering Control Valve 1968-1970 Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: We're here with a replacement power steering control valve for your '68 through '70 Mustang. Our control valve is not a rebuild; it's a brand new part. It includes a 5/16 pressure port that will work on all '68 through '70 Mustangs regardless of engine. If you're having difficulty with your power steering not working properly, many times, the control valve's going to be the culprit.