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Replace power steering hoses

Power steering leaking I need to replace hose/lineg on 03 F250 5.4 4x4. Where is it located and how do I change it

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  • s_derouard Jan 11, 2009

    thanks for the help it worked

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    leak in hose


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Trace the filler or resiviour clean and run to find leak one side is high pressure so dont mix up,it may hv have 0 rings so renew.when fitted refill filler run and refill as it will go down

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