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1969-1974 Nova EPAS Performance Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit


1969-1974 Nova EPAS Performance Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit

Part #:
85-391425-1
Replacement for OE #: 2009
Availability: Ships Direct From Manufacture
Fitment: 1969 thru 1974
See applications below for exact details.
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EPAS Performance Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit

Reg. Price: $1,444.99 Kit

Sale Price: $1,304.88 Kit



  • Complete EPAS Performance Electric Power Steering Conversion Kit 
  • Allows For Maximum Power Assist In A Parking Lot & Less Assist On The Highway
  • No Major Or Irreversible Modifications Are Made To Your Nova
  • Everything Is Located Under Your Dash And Is Almost Completely Invisible
  • Kit Includes 60 Amp Electric Motor, Mounting Hardware, Prewired Control Module & Installation Instructions
  • Features A Low 9 Amp Draw, Factory Calibrated, Re-uses OE Hardware
  • Even Works While Then Engine Is Not Running
  • Average Install Time For Professional Mechanics Is 10  Hours
  • For Automatic Or Manual Transmission   With Floor Shift, Will Not Work With Column Shift
  • Engineering & Assembled In The USA 
  • 90 Day Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • NOTE:   NO Cores Required.  Requires Some Cutting.  Steering Wheel & Steering Column Not Included.
How It Works: The computer measures the amount of effort on the steering wheel and amplifies it with the aid of the electric motor. A potentiometer (adjustment knob) allows you to have more or less assistance, so you can adjust the amount of power assist. For example, you can have maximal power assist on a parking lot, and less on the highway.

Why You Need It:  Most new cars have electronic power steering because you don't need belt drive power steering pumps, hoses to transfer fluid, or potentially leaky hydraulic steering box or rack.
Make / Model Series Body Notes Year
CHEVROLET NOVA STANDARD 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974
CHEVROLET NOVA CUSTOM 1973, 1974
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