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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replacing power steering hoses
adirondacktr on is correct, you can find replacements or get them made at any auto parts store, or a Hydrolic shop that makes hoses, But if it's a 2008 it would be a warrenty fix. If you let it go you can damage the pump and the hydrolic assist sytem costing a lot of money and voiding any warrenty you would have if you do not have it replaced you can also get a subscription to alldatadiy.com to see if there is a recall on the hoses or any other they may have found. Don't let it leak to the point you damage the pump.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Its easy, The only tool you need is a plastic lever tool. Or can be done with big head screw driver (but car for the trims for it can get damaged)
Lever both side vents out, then pull on the trim gently outwards. (long piece from glove box to the end of the radio before the instrumental dash panel) Then pull the main inturmental dash out towards you as well. There may by plugs connected to the front panel. Disconnect that and it exposes the digital meter, I think it then takes only 2 x 10m bolts and the dash is out.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
Hi, they do make a universal high pressure hose for your vehicle. You have to purchase the hose and the fittings seperately. It is made by Russell. The fitting choices are straight hose end, 45 degree hose end and 90 degree hose end. I found these parts at partswarehouse.com . The two fittings and hose will cost about $175 to $200. They ship to you for free. I hope this was helpful.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
The high pressure hose is simple to replace if its not to confined of an area for you. Just un-thread from both sides, fill with power steering fluid, work steering wheel from side to side to work the air out. In between this check fluid levels. If air is still in it will make a whining sound, and bubbles will be visible in the power steering fluid reservoir. Hope I helped you good luck!!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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