This Polaris Ranger Power Steering Kit by SuperATV is designed for the Polaris Ranger XP 900. It features EZ-STEER technology, which allows you to venture farther, trail ride longer, and vastly improves the enjoyment of your next adventure by reducing the driver effort required to steer your machine!
You'll love how easy this power steering kit makes turning your Polaris Ranger UTV. EZ-STEER by SuperATV all but eliminates bump steer and helps to ensure that your ride is consistent and smooth. The input and output shafts are sealed, and the control box seal is watertight, allowing you to pressure wash or submerge your UTV without damaging the power steering circuit board. Reduced steering effort makes it easier to navigate mud, rocks, and uneven terrain without experiencing wheel jerk. This makes driving your Polaris Ranger more enjoyable and allows for longer rides with less driver fatigue.
*Pricing mentioned in video reflects 2015 pricing which is no longer offered by the manufacturer. The price shown at the top of the page is the lowest retail price offered by the manufacturer, and cannot be found elsewhere for less.
- Before installing, ensure that all Gaskets in electrical connections are properly seated.
- If Gaskets are not seated use a Flathead Screwdriver to seat.
REMOVAL; Keep all components removed from machine.
1. Remove Steering Wheel along with Bearings and Bushings. See Fig. 1.
2. Remove Shift Knob. See Fig. 1.
3. Remove Center Access Hood. See Figs. 2 - 2a.
4. Remove Intermediate Dash. See Figs. 2 - 2a.
5. Unbolt Stock Shaft from Rack and Pinion. Remove stock hardware from Shaft.
6. Remove Dash. See Dash Removal page 4.
7. Remove Steering Column hardware. See Fig. 3.
8. Remove stock Shaft along with Bearings and Bushings; pull through Firewall. See Fig. 4.
9 Disconnect Parking Brake Cable from Parking Brake Lever. See Fig. 5.
Do not tighten hardware completely unless noted.
1. Insert Lower Shaft (C) through Firewall and secure to Steering Rack with stock hardware. See Fig. 1.
2. Install Motor (A) to Lower Shaft (C) with provided hardware. See Fig. 2 and Motor Shafts Detail.
3. Install Mounting Bracket (B) to Motor (A) with M8-1.25 x 20mm Lg. FHCS. See Fig. 3.
4. Install Mounting Bracket (B) and Mounting Bracket Support (N) to Frame with M8-1.25 x 25mm Lg.
HHCS, M8 Flat Washers, and M8-1.25 Nylock Nuts. See Figs. 4 - 4b.
5. Insert Steering Shaft (D) into Steering Column. Reinstall Steering Column with stock hardware. All
stock Bearings and Bushings to be reinstalled. See Fig. 5.
6. Attach Steering Shaft (D) to Motor (A). Secure shafts with provided hardware. See Fig. 3.
7. Assemble ECU (E) to ECU Mount (M) with M6-1.0 x 16mm Lg. HHCS. Install ECU Mount (M) to
machine as shown in Figs. 6 - 6a.
8. Tighten all hardware and plug Wiring Harness (F) into ECU (E). Ensure that no wires are pinched
during install. See Wiring Detail, page 10.
9. Refer to “Removal, pages 3 - 4, and reinstall components.
Wiring Details continued
Except for Accessory Lead, Terminal Block does not come wired from factory.
- Installer can run #8 or larger negative and positive wires from Battery to Terminal Block and connect.
- Connect Black (-) and Red (+) wires from Wire Harness (F) to Terminal Block.
- Route Black (-) and Red (+) wires from Wire Harness (F) to Battery and connect.
If an accessory is factory installed (Winch, Lights, etc.) then Terminal Block may be wired. Connect
Black (-) and Red (+) wires from Wire Harness (F) to Terminal Block.