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Reservoir Mounting for Honda Power Steering Delete kits:

Use the supplied Reservoir and Type 3 Mounting Bracket to mount to the back side of the subframe, at the bottom of the firewall in a pre-threaded hole near the rear engine mount. Included in the threaded holes of the Reservoir, use the 2x M8 bolts to attach the Reservoir to the Mounting Bracket. Then mount the bracket to the subframe using self-sourced hardware.

See picture below! 

Chase Bays Power Steering Delete - 92-95 Honda Civic | 94-01 Acura Integra

ALL LHD 92-00 Civic & 94-01 Integra Power Steering Delete Kit Install Guide
(CB-H-9201PSKE & CB-H-9600PSKE)

1. Mount the Reservoir to the back of the subframe as shown in the picture above. Make sure both of the fittings on the bottom of the Reservoir are parallel with the firewall, and that you can get to the area below the Reservoir with a wrench for final tightening of the lines at the end of the install. 

2. Starting with the shorter line without the Chase Bays label on it, connect the non-swiveling side of the line to the high pressure port on the steering rack using the supplied 14mm to 6AN flare seal adapter fitting. The other end of the line will be connected to the larger "pump feed" fitting on the bottom of the Reservoir. This will be the fitting on the side of the Reservoir closer to the rack ports. 

3. Now using the longer line with the Chase Bays label on it, connect the non-swiveling side of the line to the low pressure port on the steering rack using the supplied 16mm to 6AN flare seal adapter fitting. The other end of the line will be connected to the smaller "return" restricted fitting on the bottom of the Reservoir. This will be the fitting on the side of the Reservoir further from the rack ports. 

4. The final step is to double check all adapters and connections are tight. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.

The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.

ALL RHD 92-00 Civic & 94-01 Integra Power Steering Delete Kit Install Guide
(CB-H-9201PSKE-RHD & CB-H-9600PSKE-RHD)

1. Mount the Reservoir to the back of the subframe as shown in the picture above. Make sure both of the fittings on the bottom of the Reservoir are parallel with the firewall, and that you can get to the area below the Reservoir with a wrench for final tightening of the lines at the end of the install. 

2. Starting with the shorter line without the Chase Bays label on it, connect the non-swiveling 45 degree side of the line to the high pressure port on the steering rack using the supplied 14mm to 6AN flare seal adapter fitting. The 90 degree end of the line will be connected to the larger "pump feed" fitting on the bottom of the Reservoir. This will be the fitting on the side of the Reservoir closer to the rack ports. 

3. Now using the longer line with the Chase Bays label on it, connect the non-swiveling 45 degree side of the line to the low pressure port on the steering rack using the supplied 16mm to 6AN flare seal adapter fitting. The 90 degree end of the line will be connected to the smaller "return" restricted fitting on the bottom of the Reservoir. This will be the fitting on the side of the Reservoir further from the rack ports. 

4. The final step is to double check all adapters and connections are tight. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.

The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.
  

Reservoir Mounting for B / D Series Honda Power Steering kits:

Use the supplied Reservoir and Type 2 or Type 3 Mounting Bracket to mount in front of the strut tower on the side of the engine that the PS Pump is installed to (for LHD kits, this is the driver side of the engine bay / for RHD kits, this is the passenger side of the engine bay). Included in the threaded holes of the Reservoir, use the 2x M8 bolts to attach the Reservoir to the Mounting Bracket. Then mount the bracket to the front strut tower location using self-sourced hardware.

92-05 Civic & 94-01 Integra use a Type 2 Bracket
96-00 Civic use a Type 3 Bracket
Both mount in the same location for B / D Series Power Steering Kits

See picture below! 

Honda B Series Power Steering Kit

If you are only installing a High Pressure Line for any of these applications, please refer to STEP 2 of ALL engine specific instructions.

LHD 92-95 Civic & 94-01 Integra with B / D Series (CB-H-9201PSK)

Before installing any portion of the kit, we will start by removing the factory Pump Feed Adapter from the OE Power Steering Pump. Remove bolts holding on the barb adapter. Once removed, apply a small amount of ATF lubrication in the inlet hole of the pump.

1. The first line in the kit will be the Pump Feed line. This line will be the largest in diameter and should be about 7 inches long. You will connect the 90 degree end to the larger, angled of the two fittings on the bottom of the reservoir. The other end will install to the supplied Pump Feed Adapter. The Pump Feed Adapter comes with a bracket and fitting - place the bracket onto the adapter in the slot of the fitting itself between the o-ring seal and the main body of the fitting with the part # of the bracket facing down. Install the Pump Feed Adapter into the inlet hole of the pump, then use the stock bolt to attach the bracket to the pump from the OE mounting location of the pre-existing barb.

2. Next, will be the High Pressure line. This line will be shiny compared to the rest and will have the Chase Bays logo on it. You will connect the end with the 90 degree fitting on it to the pump using the supplied Pump Adapter Fitting. You will need to apply ATF lubrication to install this. The straight end of that line will be connected to the High Pressure Port on the steering rack using the supplied 90 degree adapter fitting & 14mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting.
  
3. The last line will be the rack to reservoir return line. This line should be about 34" long with a 90 degree fitting at either end. You will connect one end to the low pressure port on the rack using the supplied 16mm to 6an adapter fitting. The other end will then be connected to the smaller fitting on the bottom of the Power Steering Reservoir.
  
4. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice and go ahead and start the vehicle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.
 
The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.

  

LHD 96-00 Civic with B / D Series (CB-H-9600PSK) 

Before installing any portion of the kit, we will start by removing the factory Pump Feed Adapter from the OE Power Steering Pump. Remove bolts holding on the barb adapter. Once removed, apply a small amount of ATF lubrication in the inlet hole of the pump.

1. The first line in the kit will be the Pump Feed line. This line will be the largest in diameter and should be about 7 inches long. You will connect the 90 degree end to the larger, angled of the two fittings on the bottom of the reservoir. The other end will install to the supplied Pump Feed Adapter. The Pump Feed Adapter comes with a bracket and fitting - place the bracket onto the adapter in the slot of the fitting itself between the o-ring seal and the main body of the fitting with the part # of the bracket facing down. Install the Pump Feed Adapter into the inlet hole of the pump, then use the stock bolt to attach the bracket to the pump from the OE mounting location of the pre-existing barb.

2. Next, will be the High Pressure line. This line will be shiny compared to the rest and will have the Chase Bays logo on it. You will connect the end with the 90 degree fitting on it to the pump using the supplied Pump Adapter Fitting. You will need to apply ATF lubrication to install this. The straight end of that line will be connected to the High Pressure Port on the steering rack using the supplied 90 degree adapter fitting & 14mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting.
  
3. The last line will be the rack to reservoir return line. This line should be about 39" long with a 90 degree fitting at either end. You will connect one end to the low pressure port on the rack using the supplied 16mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting. The other end will then be connected to the smaller fitting on the bottom of the Power Steering Reservoir.
  
4. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice and go ahead and start the vehicle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.
 
The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.

   

RHD 92-95 Civic & 94-01 Integra with B / D Series (CB-H-9201PSK-RHD)

Before installing any portion of the kit, we will start by removing the factory Pump Feed Adapter from the OE Power Steering Pump. Remove bolts holding on the barb adapter. Once removed, apply a small amount of ATF lubrication in the inlet hole of the pump.

1. The first line in the kit will be the Pump Feed line. This line will be the largest in diameter and should be about 7 inches long. You will connect the 90 degree end to the larger, angled of the two fittings on the bottom of the reservoir. The other end will install to the supplied Pump Feed Adapter. The Pump Feed Adapter comes with a bracket and fitting - place the bracket onto the adapter in the slot of the fitting itself between the o-ring seal and the main body of the fitting with the part # of the bracket facing down. Install the Pump Feed Adapter into the inlet hole of the pump, then use the stock bolt to attach the bracket to the pump from the OE mounting location of the pre-existing barb.

2. Next, will be the High Pressure line. This line will be shiny compared to the rest and will have the Chase Bays logo on it. You will connect the end with the 90 degree fitting on it to the pump using the supplied Pump Adapter Fitting. You will need to apply ATF lubrication to install this. The 45 degree end of that line will be connected to the High Pressure Port on the steering rack using the supplied 14mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting.
  
3. The last line will be the rack to reservoir return line. This line should be about 52" long with a 90 degree and 45 degree fitting at each end. You will connect the 45 degree end to the low pressure port on the rack using the supplied 16mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting. The other end will then be connected to the smaller fitting on the bottom of the Power Steering Reservoir.
  
4. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice and go ahead and start the vehicle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.
 
The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.

  

RHD 96-00 Civic with B / D Series (CB-H-9600PSK-RHD) 

Before installing any portion of the kit, we will start by removing the factory Pump Feed Adapter from the OE Power Steering Pump. Remove bolts holding on the barb adapter. Once removed, apply a small amount of ATF lubrication in the inlet hole of the pump.

1. The first line in the kit will be the Pump Feed line. This line will be the largest in diameter and should be about 7 inches long. You will connect the 90 degree end to the larger, angled of the two fittings on the bottom of the reservoir. The other end will install to the supplied Pump Feed Adapter. The Pump Feed Adapter comes with a bracket and fitting - place the bracket onto the adapter in the slot of the fitting itself between the o-ring seal and the main body of the fitting with the part # of the bracket facing down. Install the Pump Feed Adapter into the inlet hole of the pump, then use the stock bolt to attach the bracket to the pump from the OE mounting location of the pre-existing barb.

2. Next, will be the High Pressure line. This line will be shiny compared to the rest and will have the Chase Bays logo on it. You will connect the end with the 90 degree fitting on it to the pump using the supplied Pump Adapter Fitting. You will need to apply ATF lubrication to install this. The straight end of that line will be connected to the High Pressure Port on the steering rack using the supplied 90 degree adapter fitting & 14mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting.
  
3. The last line will be the rack to reservoir return line. This line should be about 58" long with a 90 degree fitting at either end. You will connect one end to the low pressure port on the rack using the supplied 16mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting. The other end will then be connected to the smaller fitting on the bottom of the Power Steering Reservoir.
  
4. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice and go ahead and start the vehicle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.
 
The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.

  

Reservoir Mounting for K Series Honda Power Steering kits:

Use the supplied Reservoir and Type 3 Mounting Bracket to mount in front of the strut tower on the side of the engine that the PS Pump is installed to (for LHD kits, this is the passenger side of the engine bay). Included in the threaded holes of the Reservoir, use the 2x M8 bolts to attach the Reservoir to the Mounting Bracket. Then mount the bracket to the front strut tower location using self-sourced hardware.

See picture below!

Honda K Series Power Steering Kit

If you are only installing a High Pressure Line for any of these applications, please refer to STEP 2 of ALL engine specific instructions.

LHD 92-95 Civic & 94-01 Integra with K Series (CB-H-9201-KPSK)

Before installing any portion of the kit, we will start by removing the factory Pump Feed Adapter from the OE Power Steering Pump. Remove bolts holding on the barb adapter. Once removed, apply a small amount of ATF lubrication in the inlet hole of the pump.

1. The first line in the kit will be the Pump Feed line. This line will be the largest in diameter and should be about 8 inches long. You will connect the 45 degree end to the larger, angled of the two fittings on the bottom of the reservoir. The other end will install to the supplied Pump Feed Adapter. The Pump Feed Adapter comes with a bracket and fitting - place the bracket onto the adapter in the slot of the fitting itself between the o-ring seal and the main body of the fitting with the part # of the bracket facing down. Install the Pump Feed Adapter into the inlet hole of the pump, then use the stock bolt to attach the bracket to the pump from the OE mounting location of the pre-existing barb.

Both of the next lines will be shipped to you in the same section of heat sleeve, as they are routed together behind the engine to the rack ports. Steps 2 and 3 can be done in either order because of this. 

2. Next, will be the High Pressure line. This line will be shiny compared to the rest and will have the Chase Bays logo on it. You will connect the end with the straight end to the pump using the supplied Pump Adapter Fitting. You will need to apply ATF lubrication to install this. The 90 degree end of that line will be connected to the High Pressure Port on the steering rack using the supplied 90 degree adapter fitting & 14mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting.
  
3. The last line will be the rack to Reservoir return line. This line will not have a Chase Bays Logo, and is made with a 90 degree fitting at either end. You will connect the non-swivel end end to the low pressure port on the rack using the supplied 16mm to 6an adapter fitting. The swivel end will then be connected to the smaller fitting on the bottom of the Power Steering Reservoir.
  
4. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice and go ahead and start the vehicle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.
 
The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.

  

LHD 92-95 Civic & 94-01 Integra with K Series with Cooler (CB-H-9201-KPSK-PSC)

Before installing any portion of the kit, we will start by removing the factory Pump Feed Adapter from the OE Power Steering Pump. Remove bolts holding on the barb adapter. Once removed, apply a small amount of ATF lubrication in the inlet hole of the pump.

1. The first line in the kit will be the Pump Feed line. This line will be the largest in diameter and should be about 8 inches long. You will connect the 45 degree end to the larger, angled of the two fittings on the bottom of the reservoir. The other end will install to the supplied Pump Feed Adapter. The Pump Feed Adapter comes with a bracket and fitting - place the bracket onto the adapter in the slot of the fitting itself between the o-ring seal and the main body of the fitting with the part # of the bracket facing down. Install the Pump Feed Adapter into the inlet hole of the pump, then use the stock bolt to attach the bracket to the pump from the OE mounting location of the pre-existing barb.

2. Next, will be the High Pressure line. This line will be shiny compared to the rest and will have the Chase Bays logo on it. You will connect the end with the straight end to the pump using the supplied Pump Adapter Fitting. You will need to apply ATF lubrication to install this. The 90 degree end of that line will be connected to the High Pressure Port on the steering rack using the supplied 90 degree adapter fitting & 14mm to 6AN Flare Seal adapter fitting. Align the section of firesleeve on the hose to the closest direct path of heat from the header. 
  
3. Before continuing with lines, install the Inline Power Steering Cooler to the IPSC Bracket using the 3x countersunk M8 hardware. Then, drill out the factory holes on the front lower section of the core support to install M6 or similar Rivnuts and Bolts. We use M6x1.0 because it is a common pitch found on these cars. Mount the Cooler and Bracket to the core support. 
   
K Series IPSC
  
4. Then, you will need to install the first of two low pressure lines. This will be the longer line that does not have a Chase Bays Logo or firesleeve. You will connect the 90 degree end to the low pressure port on the rack using the supplied 16mm to 6an adapter fitting. The straight end will then be connected to the driver side of the Inline Power Steering Cooler. 
  
5. The last line will be the Cooler to Reservoir return line. This line should be about 18" long with a 90 degree fitting at either end. You will connect the non-swivel end to the passenger side of the cooler. The other end will then be connected to the smaller fitting on the bottom of the Power Steering Reservoir.
  
6. Once you have everything plumbed you will need to bleed the system. This is accomplished by jacking up the front of the vehicle so that the front wheels are not making contact with the ground. Fill the Reservoir halfway full with the fluid of your choice and go ahead and start the vehicle. Turn the steering wheel from lock to lock for 5-10 minutes or until there are no bubbles visible in the reservoir. Make sure to keep an eye on the fluid level and top it off as needed during the bleeding process, keeping the Reservoir half full.
 
The last step is to put the car back on the ground and take it for a drive long enough to get the power steering fluid up to operating temperature. Then park the vehicle and allow it to cool back to ambient temperature. This will bleed off any residual air that may be in the system.