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LS3 holley power steering valve

Anyone know the install sequence of parts when changing the Holley power steering pump valve to the Earls Corvette adapter ?? The spring flew out with the valve when I was taking it off. Does the spring goes first, than the small valve, than the earls fitting ?? Thx.

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Donny, hopefully this helps you. Yes, spring, then small valve then conversion fitting.
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Re: LS3 holley power steering valve

Oh man Chris thx. I called Holley and the guy on the phone tells me the valve filter faces you when you look in the hole where fitting goes in. I go into garage and begin install. Holley calls me back at home 5 min later and states he had it backwards! Now I cant get the valve out. HS.

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Re: LS3 holley power steering valve

use a magnet, if it's an aluminum pressure valve, then blow air in there and it'll pop out.

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Re: LS3 holley power steering valve

Thank you again David. I tried a magnet (powerful too) and it didn't work. Air, nothing. I finally was able to remove it using a crab claw tool.

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