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91 honda accord dx power steering return hose

Which 1 is the return hose on the power steering reservoir

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Go to hondaautomotiveparts.com and look at the diagram of the P.S. Hoses. You will see which one is the return hose.

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See Figure 4
EXCEPT V-6 MODELS
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable, then the positive cable.
Remove the power steering pump.
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    Fig. Fig. 1: Once the drive belt and mounting nuts/bolts are removed from the pump, it can be removed from the engine
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    1. Unplug the multi-connector from the back of the alternator.
    2. Remove the terminal nut and remove the wire from the terminal.
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    Fig. Fig. 4: Alternator mounting on 1994-95 Accords


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    1. Fit the alternator into place. Install the through-bolt and tighten it to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm).
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    4. Connect the wire to the terminal and tighten the nut.
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