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I have a hose that broke on my Lincoln and I have been told it is two different hoses by to different places. I dont know which one to buy. I is the power steering hose that comes out of the bottom of the power steerning container that i poor the new into and the hose goes down and into a long skinny radiator looking thing but it is not the radiator.

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Sounds like you need the return hose for the power steering.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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The first idea is for you to have someone grab the water heater hoses after the heat has been set and the engine is at normal operating temperature. The idea here is that there is a water flow valve that puts the hot water through the heater unit and when both heater hoses are hot, it indicates the water is flowing and something else is wrong. You check that by handling those 2 water hoses around the heater coil.(It disappears in the Firewall)

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in 1987 hoses were not hard when new
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