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How to replace a hydraulic hose....any ideas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are two screws located between the 4 hoses on the silver part of the hydraulic pump. For whichever hose you need to take out, remove the screw next to it. It uses a T25 torx head screwdriver or socket. Then you can pull the hose out from the pump housing. The other end is connected to the cylinders, and that takes a 15mm open end wrench to undo that. Don't operate the pump or manually raise or lower the roof if you have any fluid left in the reservoir as it will push it out and into the trunk. The hoses run about $390 here in Ky so I am looking elsewhere for replacements or repairing the existing hose. Mine just came loose from the crimp.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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