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Power Steering Delete by Sonny Burnett 21
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I know WCF makes a power steering delete bracket for a 3800 NA but I dont want to pay for something that can be done at home. Can someone on here give me some tips on the best way to delete my power steering for my 3800 NA swap. Or even tell me how you did it thanks
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Cant you just not put the pump on? I dont have experience with engine swaps, but if the Fiero originally does not have power steering, I would think nothing needs to be done.

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Unless you just mean that the belt wont work and you need an idler pulley to compensate.

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Originally posted by grkboy707:

EDIT:
Unless you just mean that the belt wont work and you need an idler pulley to compensate.



I'm assuming that.
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I looked up the belt routing on a 3.8 NA and it really looks like you can bypass the pump and the idler
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