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How to change 2002 odyssey power steering hose

Leak from the hose that has a metal piece attached to it

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SOURCE: I Have 2002 odyssey, the power steering leak,

With the information provided I would venture a guess of a power steering pump that has bad seals and the oil is lost there. Or else there is a hose that has a hole. Star the engine and look at the power steering componets maybe you could see a leak and be able to say with certinty that the leak is detected and once thw leak is detected the leak might be repaired.

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SOURCE: POWER STEERING PRESURE HOSE

power steering pressure hose over the exhaust manifold cover? me too. just planning on buying new and replacing.

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I Have 2002 odyssey, the power steering leak, there is oil around it, and I have to refill it with oil every time it makes noise.


With the information provided I would venture a guess of a power steering pump that has bad seals and the oil is lost there. Or else there is a hose that has a hole. Star the engine and look at the power steering componets maybe you could see a leak and be able to say with certinty that the leak is detected and once thw leak is detected the leak might be repaired.

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