This Can Am Maverick Power Steering Kit features SuperATV's EZ-STEER technology, which allows you to ride longer and get more enjoyment by reducing the effort necessary to steer! No more sore and stiff muscles at the end of the day!
Can Am Maverick owners will benefit from how easy this power steering kit makes driving your UTV. It eliminates bump steer and provides a smooth and consistent ride. The control box seal is watertight, and the input and output shafts are sealed, allowing you to pressure wash or submerge your UTV without damaging the power steering circuit board. Reduced steering effort makes it easier to navigate uneven terrain, rocks, and mud without feeling wheel jerk. This makes your Can-Am Maverick easier to drive and allows for longer ride times by reducing driver fatigue.
This is a top mod for your Can-am Maverick and our customers are very happy with the EZ-Steer power steering kit. It really does make a huge difference in easy of steering. The control box is watertight and the kit is designed for rugged use. You'll appreciate the lack of wheel jerk on hard terrain and the kit does not interfere with leg room.
*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 starting installation, ensure all connections are as follows:
- Before installing, ensure that all waterproof connections are properly seated.
- If Gaskets are not seated, as shown, use a Flathead Screwdriver to seat.
Removal: Keep all components removed from machine.
1. Remove Inner Fender Panels. See Fig. 1.
2. Loosen Bolt securing stock Steering Shaft to Rack and Pinion. See Fig. 1a.
3. Remove U-Joint from Steering Stem. See Figs. 2 - 2a.
4. Remove stock Steering Shaft from Rack and Pinion; Pull Lower Shaft through Firewall.
Installation: Do not tighten hardware completely unless noted.
1. Insert Lower Shaft (E) through Firewall and secure to Rack and Pinion with supplied hardware. See Fig. 1.
2. Install Motor (C) to Lower Shaft (E) with provided hardware. See Fig. 2 and Motor Shafts Detail.
3. Install Upper Shaft (D) to stock Steering Stem. Secure with supplied hardware. See Figs. 3 - 3a.
4. Bolt Clamp (L) to Mounting Bracket (M) with M8-1.25 x 45mm Lg. HHCS (N), M8 Flat Washers (Q), and M8-1.25 Nylock Nuts (P). See Fig. 4 - (A)(B). - Secure through Frame with M10-1.5 x 55mm Lg. HHCS (R), M10 Flat Washer (T), and M10-1.5 Nylock Nut (S). See Fig. 4 - (A)(B).
5. Install Control Module (A) to Motor Bracket (F) with M6-1.0 x 16mm Lg. HHCS (K); tighten hardware. - Install Motor Bracket (F) to Motor (C) with M8-1.25 x 20mm Lg. FHCS (G). See Fig. 4 - (C).
6. Join Mounting Bracket (M) to Motor Bracket (F) with M8-1.25 x 25mm Lg. HHCS (J), M8 Flat Washers (Q), and M8-1.25 Nylock Nuts (P). See Fig. 4 - (B)(C). Hint: to help with final adjustments, tighten and back off (1) turn.
7. Join Upper Shaft (D) to Motor (C) with supplied hardware. See Fig. 5.
8. Plug Wiring Harness (B) into Control Module (A). See “Wiring Details”, page 9.
9. Ensure no components are binding, rubbing, or causing interference and tighten all hardware completely. See “Adjustments”, page 8.