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SOURCE: ppower steering pressure hose 1988

There are only 2 hoses in the power steering system.
High pressure feed, and pressure return. They both connect to the power steering pump.
You can get the hoses from a dealer, or a local auto parts store.
Once you have them in hand, they are very simple to identify.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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SOURCE: steering wheel controls

change out the clock spring. i had this happen to me google the lincoln ls clock spring installation and then go to the dealership and purchase the part. it will run you about $138.

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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SOURCE: I need an exploded view diagram of the steering

check your local library for a manual or at a local parts store Perhaps even Wiki site

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

ZJLimited
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Really I dont have information about this year and model, I suggtes check in your local library for any workshop manual.

Hope helps.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

wrenchjockey
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SOURCE: Where do I find a diagram to change the power

REMOVAL

  1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  2. Remove sight shield.
  3. Remove module bracket.
  4. Disconnect No. 6 spark plug wire to prevent damage to wire.
  5. Remove radiator fan shroud assembly.
  6. Remove top RH isolated radiator mount bracket.
  7. Remove remote air cleaner.
  8. Remove ignition coil.
  9. Disconnect electrical connector on power steering pressure switch at steering gear.
  10. Remove pressure switch to allow for tool clearance.
  11. Remove screw at pressure switch and return line bracket.
  12. Remove anti rattle clips from power steering lines.
  13. Remove plastic strap attaching steering gear heat shield to power steering return line.
  14. Remove plastic strap attaching lines to transfer tube on the steering gear.
  15. Disconnect Electronic Vacuum Regulator (EVR) valve wire.
  16. Remove the ground wire from back of engine block.
  17. Remove pressure line fitting at power steering pump using a 5/8 inch flare nut wrench.
  18. Loosen clamp and remove return line at pump.
  19. Loosen clamps and remove return line at power steering oil cooler.
  20. Remove pressure line fitting (gold in color) at steering gear, using an 18mm open end wrench.
  21. Remove return line fitting (silver in color) at steering gear, using an 18mm open end wrench.
  22. Loosen two screws retaining power steering oil cooler to sub frame.
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Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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  1. Disconnect negative battery cable.
  2. Remove sight shield.
  3. Remove module bracket.
  4. Disconnect No. 6 spark plug wire to prevent damage to wire.
  5. Remove radiator fan shroud assembly.
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  7. Remove remote air cleaner.
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  13. Remove plastic strap attaching steering gear heat shield to power steering return line.
  14. Remove plastic strap attaching lines to transfer tube on the steering gear.
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  17. Remove pressure line fitting at power steering pump using a 5/8 inch flare nut wrench.
  18. Loosen clamp and remove return line at pump.
  19. Loosen clamps and remove return line at power steering oil cooler.
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