Volkswagen T3/T25 Power Assisted Steering Kits

This is a road speed sensitive, electric power steering system for your Volkswagen Transporter. The kit is relatively straight forward and can be fitted in around 4 hours start to finish. No need for pipes, pulleys, pumps or hydraulic steering racks!

Up until now, if you wanted power steering on your van, you had little choice, other than to spend large amounts of money for a second hand factory set up, which is extremely rare in RHD. Also you had to find the correct pump, bracket and pulley for your specific engine type and more often than not, the pipes, which run the length of the van, are rusted through as well.

This simple and effective electric kit will fit all T3/T25 from 1980 - 1990 including petrol and diesel models and RHD and LHD.

Please note wiring details below.

Complete kit - £445
Supplied and fitted - £545

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Wiring notes

You will need to make some connections into the vehicles standard wiring loom.

It is important to know if your Volkswagen has the relevant wiring and connections for fitting your new electric power steering kit or whether you will need to add additional wiring to that supplied in the kit.

If your vehicle is fitted with a working rev counter then you have all of the relevant wiring.

If your vehicle was built after 1986:

As a general rule, vehicles built after 1986 came with the necessary wiring.

If your vehicle was built before 1986:

As a general rule, vehicles built before 1986 will need to have an extra wire routed between the engine compartment and the electric power steering kit ECU.

For petrol engines you will need to attach a length of wire from the negative side of the ignition coil (terminal 1) and route this to the clock pod area of the dash.

For diesel engines you will first need to first check that your vehicle has the W terminal fitted to its alternator. If it does you will need to attach a length of wire from the W terminal and route this to the clock pod area of the dash along side of the road speed cable, which comes in the kit. If it does not you will need to have an auto electrician make a connection inside of the alternator that you can then use to attach to the additional wire.

If you have any further questions, please get in touch.