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Old 30-04-14, 15:29
newT4owner newT4owner is offline
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T4 Post Icon help with power steering motor

Hi all firstly fantastic forum, everybody is so helpful.

Spent most part of 2 days on here getting ideas for my new van.

But before I can move on I need some advise, I bought the VW knowing that the power steering motor mounting bolts had snapped.

I'm wondering if anyone knows someone local to Southampton that could possibly drill out and remount the pump for me.

Currently held on with Moulgrips.

Thanks in advance
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Old 26-05-14, 00:03
zubzub zubzub is offline
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Default Re: help with power steering motor

any decent grease monkey can do this....do this stuff myself....drill a hole on center go in till u r through the bolt......not through the block...size up till u are near the threads....bang an easy out in while it is hot from the drilling.....done.
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