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    Can you take the steering cable out without removing the pump?

    My buddy just purchased and 05 rxp with a frozen steering cable. I was told that you have to remove the pump to take the cable out n put a new one in. Is that true? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks


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    Technically you dont but I dont think you can get to the nut withoug removing it.

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    As long as you can loosen the plastic nut on the pump shoe then yes, it can be done. Also remove the turnbuckle and presto!

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    You can as long as you have the special tool for the nut.(something like that:http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=801 but a little smaller to fit the cable nut)!

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