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Power sterring hose leaks. how is hose connected to pump

Pressure hose for power sterring is leaking. replaced hose but still leaks. 2001 jeep grand ltd.

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Most of the PS pressure hoses are Compression Fittings. If the fitting is straight on and is clean on the inside before you seated the hose, there may be a burr of the pump side where the fitting sits. Some of these fittings are replaceable and others require a new pump. Check your new hose also for cracks where the pipe section of the hose is that looks sort of like a trumpet end. If the fitting is in good shape, the pump fitting is clean and unmarred, you may need to tighten the hose a little more.

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