József Puskás: A szervómotor cseréje nem segít megoldani a problémát mert a nyomatékérzékelo a rossz.
Luis Vieira: This video just shows tools and screws, how do you take out 3rd bolt of motor (on backside)... this is a fake "how to"...
nigel ings: Where is the number of the motor so I can get a replacement , do I have to remove it to find it?
Handy Voice: fantastic mate! how much is that going to cost me? was thinkin maybe eurocar parts ?
All_Fun_Things: This might be off topic, but what's the 5 seconds of music that plays right in the beginning? Sounds like a nice song :)
Noel Conroy: Hi there good video thanks for sharing.
Chris D: Didn't see u make any motor replacement. Better if u had mate!!!
Tom Wilkinson: Thanks for the video it was very helpful. I replaced the motor on mine and the power steering seems to be fine now but the ps electrical fault warning light is still on, also i don't think the city mode works either. has this happened to anyone else and is there any way to solve it ?
Gary Bellamy: the motor on mine doesn't have the relays on it.
Brian Mac: Thank You for taking the time to post this video.
Paul Gorst: Thanks for the tutorial Benny. I have a 53 plate facelift model with a city button. Can anyone tell me if changing the motor will be the same. Many thanks in advance.
Djjorge Sanchez: Hello the first thing thank you for this tutorial, I have a doubt: me to ignition the light and the direction goes lasts changing this piece it was solved? Or it can be for another motive. Thank you
Themba gulashe: Benny thank very much for this video, after watching it i went to buy a part and i managed to change it my self throw your help...keep up the good work.
Sean Gill: hi my punto mk2 has a city button, are all the motors the same as those without the city button?
mirmir666: Thanks man for posting this video...........
Al Paca: wow this is a lot more simple than I expected :)
Rc sean brady: Just like to say, thank you for your video. I have changed my power steering motor and she works perfect :-)
xXBennyyXx: As it's been said multiple times it's a common fault on the Punto MK2's, anyway straight to the point I'd advice just bolting in the replacement motor and connecting it then firing the car up if no luck. Then replace ECU (not CPU :P) the ECU is mounted in with two bolts at the back or the side unbolt those then slide it out and disconnect it (make sure you disconnect battery first!!!) then connect the wires to new ECU slide it in bolt on, then fire the car up and hopefully you'll have PAS! :)