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I had to replace my Starter fuse under the hood recently, car was totally DEAD except for lights on my CD player going crazy

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How to replace PS pressure hose on 95 Buick Roadmaster


Remove or Disconnect

Coolant recovery tank.
ECM cover.
Serpentine belt.
Power steering pressure line at pump.
Catch oil in drain pan.
Power steering pressure line at steering gear.
The pressure pipe is the lower line at the steering gear.
Use a 18 mm crow's foot line wrench with a 2 foot, 3/8 inch drive extension.
Access line from engine compartment, between the rocker arm cover and front of dash mat.
Raise and suitably support vehicle.
Steering gear heat shield bolts and heat shield.
Power steering gear line clamps at steering gear.
Power steering pressure line from vehicle.
Install or Connect

Power steering pressure line into vehicle.
Power steering gear line clamp at steering gear.
Steering gear heat shield and bolts.
Tighten
Bolts to 6 N.m (54 lb. in.) .
Lower vehicle.
Power steering pressure line at steering gear.
Use a 18 mm crow 5 foot line wrench with a 2 foot, 3/8 inch drive extension.
Power steering pressure line at pump.
Serpentine belt.
ECM cover.
Coolant recovery tank.
Fill system.
Bleed the system.
Inspect
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yes, i would change both lines since you are there. no other disconnects.With the bolts removed it will drop about 4 to 5 inches. make sure the fronts are tight,take your time.

Mar 05, 2016 | Buick Cars & Trucks

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I changed the power sterring pump blead the system. I still dont have power.. What to look 4 next


What is year--make--model?
Usually with new pump, I rotate the old fluid out while putting new fluid in, that goes with the power steering pump change.
I take the return line loose from pump that should be low pressure line, usually held on with hose clamp. The high pressure line should have threaded fitting.
Aim the return line into container, turn pulley with my fingers, the old fluid should come out return line. At the same time, you have to add new fluid to the pump reservoir. When the fluid from the return line runs clear/new fluid, your done.
If no circulation, maybe a faulty or clogged power steering line?

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Why does my van's power steering fluid leak out as quickly as added if the van is running?


Burst power steering hose.
Cracked power steering hard line.
Bad seal in power steering pump.
Lose fittings on power steering lines.
Check power steering components for signs of leaking fluid.

Apr 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Power steering line leaking?


Some pressure lines use an installation technique that if not followed properly will leak even though tight. Take it to an accredited power steering specialist shop to have the problem fixed..

Oct 06, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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The 2000 dodge grand caravan has two lines running from a cylinder just to the right and bottom of the radiator. it looks like power steering fuel runs through


if their metal, the could be coming from transmission fluid lines, are they going into radiator ? one @ top & one @ bottom of rad . their cooling lines from trans, supply / return . if rubber lines, they go to a transmission cooler , looks like a small radiator, rectangular , supply / return. power steering has no cooling . these lines don't come from engine, power steering has power steering fluid NOT TO BE MISTAKEN FOR TRANSMISSION FLUID, TOTALLY DIFFERANT !!!!!!

Mar 24, 2013 | 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Power steering tank wont hold fluid and leaks out beside driver tire


Sounds like a blown power steering line. To confirm, wipe down all surfaces around the power steering unit including the lines. Replace the power steering fluid and start the engine. While 1 person is inside the truck, have them turn the wheel from side to side while another watches the area around the power steering unit paying very close attention around the lines. The high pressure line is the most common cause for leaking fluid. If there's no crack or kink in the line, the issue may be the fitting itself where it connects to the power steering pump. Both parts are pricey but replacing the high pressure line (about $150 at the dealer) is certainly less expensive than replacing the whole power steering unit itself.

Jul 30, 2011 | 2004 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Power steering pressure line leaking how do I get it off


FIRST YOU DRAIN POWER STEERING PUMP USING A SIPHON. PLACE DRAIN PAN UNDER VECHICLE WHERE POWER STEERING PUMP LOCATION WOULD BE.THE DRAIN PAN WILL CATCH FLUID AS YOU REMOVE POWER STEERING LINE.YOU NEED FLARE IN LINE WRENCHES AND A NEW POWER STEERING PRESSURE LINE AND NEW O - RINGS. IF NEW PRESSURE LINE DONT HAVE NEW O- RING THE DEALERSHIP WILL HAVE IT.

Nov 17, 2010 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Where do I find a diagram to change the power steering pressure line hose in my 1990 Lincoln Continental?


REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  2. Remove sight shield.
  3. Remove module bracket.
  4. Disconnect No. 6 spark plug wire to prevent damage to wire.
  5. Remove radiator fan shroud assembly.
  6. Remove top RH isolated radiator mount bracket.
  7. Remove remote air cleaner.
  8. Remove ignition coil.
  9. Disconnect electrical connector on power steering pressure switch at steering gear.
  10. Remove pressure switch to allow for tool clearance.
  11. Remove screw at pressure switch and return line bracket.
  12. Remove anti rattle clips from power steering lines.
  13. Remove plastic strap attaching steering gear heat shield to power steering return line.
  14. Remove plastic strap attaching lines to transfer tube on the steering gear.
  15. Disconnect Electronic Vacuum Regulator (EVR) valve wire.
  16. Remove the ground wire from back of engine block.
  17. Remove pressure line fitting at power steering pump using a 5/8 inch flare nut wrench.
  18. Loosen clamp and remove return line at pump.
  19. Loosen clamps and remove return line at power steering oil cooler.
  20. Remove pressure line fitting (gold in color) at steering gear, using an 18mm open end wrench.
  21. Remove return line fitting (silver in color) at steering gear, using an 18mm open end wrench.
  22. Loosen two screws retaining power steering oil cooler to sub frame.
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1998 silverado...no power brakes or steering


Hydra boost brakes? On a 1500? Is it a diesel? Pump is full of fluid? Can you explain which hose he did this to?

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I have a 2001 F 350 ford diesel . Started it up ,no brakes, no power stearing. Fluid on the ground, both pneumatic lines to brakes blown off. leaking fluid out of the power stearing line, blew connecting...


the hyrdra boost supplies pressure to these systems, that is done throught the power steering pump, the line or the pump is defective, I would replace both.

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