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Lares only shows a manual box for that car. So the easy click and pay route isn't an option.

Several companies make power rack and pinion conversions for cars of this era. The Fairlane isn't listed for this on the Summit site, but many times if you call the manufacturer they can "steer" you to a kit that would adapt easily. It will be a huge improvement over a OE type steering gear.
 

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Thanks for the info. I think as a last resort I will get a rack and pinion. I had a 66 GTA back in 1969 it had power steering and it worked great, never had any issues with it.
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I just replaced mine with a rebuilt and it's perfectly up to spec- no play in the unit at all. But the way they are designed steering is still a hunt and seek proposition. Damn, I wish I had R&P.
 
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