hi People just to introduce myself to the forum paul carry

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  1. Paul carry New Member

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    Hi people I’ve been rebuilding a golf mk2 1.8t last couple years on an of an I could with a bit of advice on a few subjects if that’s at all possible one problem I’ve got is power steering advice I got a mk4 pump on mine but I see a lot of people using mk2 pump can any one tell me the reason y not using mk4 cheers
     
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    hello and welcome :)
     
  3. cupracraig Forum Member

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    welcome, for me it came down to the connections and a mk2 pump fittinng in place without major changes.
     
  4. Paul carry New Member

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    Cheers for your reply well the main reason for me the mk4 pump was already on engine. mk3 golf banjo lines will fit directly to mk4 pump u need to take a bolt out the mk4 pump then your lines from mk3 will fit perfectly I Wasent to sure if the pump was to powerful for mk2 rack all sumthing
     

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