Power Steering linkage removal
All Mustangs had an older type of steering system called 'recirculating ball' up until 1974 with the introduction of the Mustang II when 'rack-and-pinon' steering became the norm. The vast majority of modern cars use rack-and-pinion steering, so most folks under the age of 50 who've never owned a car made before the oil crisis of the 1970's probably haven't seen the older recirculating ball-type, myself included. I'll point out the parts as they come off the car and hopefully give an idea of how it's supposed to work.
The factory service manual is invaluable in this effort - there's lots of good details in there that help spell out how all this fits together. And I hit all these parts with Liquid Wrench a day or so before starting.
|My token sideways pic.|