Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit 1968-1970

CJ's Part Number: PSKE3
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$1,449.99
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This Tilt Steering Column is manufactured to work with your 1969 Mustang that is equipped with an Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit.
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Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit 1968-1970
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Product Description

Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit for all 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs.

Tired of fighting to turn your wheels in a parking lot? Sick of the vague steering feel when changing lanes at highway speed? Fix all of these steering problems with an electric power steering conversion. Now you can enjoy modern power steering in your classic car. This kit is great for Mustangs with limited engine space due to big blocks, headers, etc. The entire unit mounts inside the vehicle under the dash and will also work with rack and pinion conversions (with the correct u-joint adapter for rack).

Adjust the amount of steering assistance on the fly with the included potentiometer. The motor includes an internal computer that measures the amount of effort applied to the steering wheel. The computer figures out how much assistance the motor provides in different situations. You can fine tune the assistance with the potentiometer by turning a knob. For example, you can set maximum power assist while you are in a parking lot, and decrease the assist while on the highway.

Includes:
- Electric power steering motor
- Electronic control box
- Firewall plate for steering shaft support with bearing<br/ > - Steering shaft with u-joints
- Wiring harness
- On/off switch
- Potentiometer to adjust the amount of steering assist

This Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit for all 1968, 1969, and 1970 Mustangs. Ford's factory power steering is an inadequate system and notorious for fluid leaks. Electric power steering does not use any fluid and it is recommended that the factory power steering (if equipped) slave cylinder and control valve be disconnected from the power steering. Installation is rather easy with some cutting, drilling, tapping and wiring required.

Although this kit is made to work with the factory steering column, modifications to the steering column are required. The long steering shaft must be cut near the steering box to install the included steering shaft. The modifications required on the steering column are low enough that they do not interfere with the ignition switch on the column of 1970 Mustangs. An upgraded electrical system is not required; all electrical wiring is plug and play except for a required power source and a ground. All parts are located under the dash and are almost completely visible, which greatly aids in its simple installation.

*MSA2 can be used to replace the power steering control valve while keeping the center link connected to the pitman arm.

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Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit 1968-1970 is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Buyer Beware For a $1500 item, this item's craftsmanship is subpar. I've had to grind, sand, and bore components to make them work plus disassemble and re-assemble parts so they were oriented correctly. The instructions are atrocious. Again, it's a $1500 item and they can't give solid instructions. You're basically on your own. The confusing instructions caused me to cut my steering column tube incorrectly which delayed the project. This is one of the top 3 most aggravating projects I've done. I'd rather pull an engine and tranny than deal with this again. The function is fine but I wish I would have just kept my manual steering and my $1500 after all of the fuss.
Date published: 2017-08-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from does not quite fit '68 I have a '68 Mustang, engine ran beautifully. I bought this because my wife (leukemia) cannot handle the manual steering anymore but loves to drive the car. Had this professionally installed. It works (so far) but the problem is it wobbles around slightly and leads to shaky belts and a noisy/chirpy engine. I had a professional hot-rod builder look at it. His diagnosis was that it was very low quality and just is not the bet fit for the '68. His suggestion was to track down the original parts and have someone install it. Don't buy this. I fully regret it.
Date published: 2017-09-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from hard install Had a very difficult time installing in my 1968 Mustang with tilt column,4 speed.Electric motor doesn't clear clutch pedal and when I moved it to above gas pedal,it hits the wiper motor.Not much clearance above gas pedal.This kit is only good for standard column,automatic cars.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Product for the experienced installer Purchased this as an alternative to installing the old style power steering on my 1969 Boss 302. It's pricey but the ease of use and no need for maintenance after installation sold me. Picked up another 69 column as to not destroy the original unit from the Boss. I watched the installation video on the manufacturer's site many times and searched the net relentlessly for Mustang install insights. (there are not many) CJ Pony Parts shipped quick for me and was very appreciated. Once received the hardware is very robust and good quality. Fit and finish was very good as well. The main motor unit looked like it had been sitting for a while. Zinc motor coating looked a little old but good regardless. Not like I'm going to see it anyway. What did surprise me though was the lack of any useful instructions. Instructions consisted of an approximate 3 x 5 booklet with small pictures and general instructions that covered 67-70 Mustangs. 9 small size pages, can't fit much writing on a 5 inch page. The unit received also differed from the unit shown in the installation video. The changes were for the better (no need to cut the shaft as it included one. Column yes but not the shaft) but no mention of the running changes were in the instructions. Instructions on what length to cut the column are different from 67 to 69 and the instructions are not clear. I cut the column using the longer length because I could always shorten it and good thing I did because for 69 it was the 15.5 inches as opposed to the 13.5 for a 67. No need drill and tap set screws as seen on the installation video as the unit already had them done but again no mention of these running changes. Installation was more difficult than it needed to be due to the lack of instructions. Took time to see how things would work together and what to dismantle to make the installation easier. An underdash bracket had to be disconnected in order to fit the unit and was no longer able to reattach the bracket to the bottom of the dash without an extra extension I fabricated. No mention of this as well. The unit is large and on a 69 it fits in the 3-4 oclock position. Once installed and wired it works as intended and I am happy with the result. The steering effort is adjustable which is nice. I will mention that one of the wires on the harness came out of the connector. Maybe I pulled too hard or the wire was just weak but after all the work there was no way I was going to remove and send back. Fabricated a removable jumper wire to by pass the connector for that wire only and continued on. Overall I am happy with the unit but I really expected more detailed and meaningful instructions for the price paid. Would I buy it again? Maybe.
Date published: 2017-06-06
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Product Questions

Hello , I got a 68' Fastback , WITH stock power steering .... ( manual 5 speed gearbox et headers on my 289ci) Will this kit fit to my car ? Thankx a lot.

Asked by: Ben16v
This will only work if you changed your steering to manual steering.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-07-05

also to clarify question 1969 non power steering car , is there any issues about manual transmission like petal clearance

Asked by: the whip 63
No, there shouldn't be.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-06-27

will this fit a 1969 mustang manual non power steering car and is there anything I need to include.

Asked by: the whip 63
This is made for cars without power steering, everything needed will be included.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2017-06-26

You have for 73-87?

Asked by: Sankanyeah
No.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-12-28

will unit part # PSKE3 fit a 1967 Mustang (body is the same as the 1968)?

Asked by: Bobski
Here is the link to the long shaft steering box kit for a early 67, http://www.cjponyparts.com/electric-power-steering-conversion-kit-early-1967/p/PSKE2/, if you have the short shaft box which would be a late 67 than you can use the PSKE3.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-24

I have a '67 Mustang GT Fastback, 390, 4-speed, manual steering. Is there issues with the electric power steering with a manual transmission? Also, mine has the rag joint in the steering shaft at the steering box, does that make it a &quot;late&quot; 67.

Asked by: kmlunn
All 67' big block Mustangs have the rag joint steering box, early or late. My car is an early &quot;S&quot; code 67' built in September 1966 and has the rag joint. My buddies small block 67' is a fairly early car and has the long shaft box. The 67' &quot;S&quot; code Mustangs were the first ones to get the rag joint.
Answered by: MustangD
Date published: 2016-09-20

I ordered this kit for use on my 1968 Mustang with original column and Flaming River manual rack/pinion steering system. &nbsp;What is the correct additional u-joint and steering shaft extension is needed. &nbsp;I think this is like the 50/30 car installation.

Asked by: Lustang
How did this end up working for you with the Flaming River rack &amp; pinion setup? And how easy is it to steer while parking the car?
Answered by: MustangD
Date published: 2016-09-15

For a 1968 coupe, 289, 4 speed, WITHOUT factory power steering, are any additional parts needed to install this kit?

Asked by: firecrackerGTCS
No other parts will be needed.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-06-24
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