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SOURCE: power steering

it should be a high pressure hose.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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Go to a parts store and tell them you want power steering return hose or transmission cooler hose. It comes in bulk, they can just cut off how much you need.

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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SOURCE: how hard is it to replace the high pressure hose

its not that hard try you tube or look for repair videos online

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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SOURCE: I have power steering fluid

Replace the sensor.

Posted on Apr 16, 2011

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SOURCE: replace high pressure power steering

Very easy job.Replacement part from auto parts store ran me $13.99, and had the o-rings with it. You will need an 18mm open end wrench and I found that the 5/8's actually worked better on the other end. First use a turkey baster to remove the fluid from the reservoir to help with excess leakage. Place a drip pan under the power steering unit. Remove the bottom line fitting first which will help with drainage without extra splashing. Remove top fitting after the unit has drained. Put o-rings on the ends of the new hose after moistening with new power steering fluid.Replace hose with the new one tightening to 35-50 # pressure ( Hand tight should be fine.) Fill unit with NEW power steering fluid and start engine. Turn wheel completely from side to side a few times to allow fluid to replace air in the line.Check for leaks at connection. Turn vehicle off and wait about 15 minute and repeat wheel turning process again with engine running to remove excess air. If you find no leaks then you should be just fine. I completed in about 20 minutes and I am just a shade tree mechanic. Good luck.

Posted on Nov 27, 2011

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