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Flair or gaskit fitting on power steering hose 1996 Carolla DX

My daughter has a 1996 Carolla DX and it needs new powersteering hose. The auto parts store said I need to know weather it has flair or gaskit fitting it does not say in the book.He also asked what size engine and the book in the car does not state that either.

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  • carhob May 11, 2010

    ill be honest with u! if u dont know engine size of the car,its written on label with other car specs under the hood or on frt near rad area,and youre not sure wich hose u need if its the high pressure side,the in line or the low pressure side,the return line,u may want to have it done by someone who does!

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1.8 or 1.6 engine. look under the hood literally. You also need to know wjich hose that is leaking....the low side or high.

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