Question about 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Ok so i have been told that a rubber hose won't work to be a band aid to my problem. but i have another question about the same thing. how can I change the high pressure hose on my power steering system? do i have to jack the enigne up? and drop the frame?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
disconnect battery make sure your radio is turn off first so you want lose radio code. you have to reprogram it again before it plays. you need to remove drive belt . alternator and air filter. to get your arm to it.have to remove the lower transmission mount its going to be in your way.remove power steering fluid with a siphoner or large syringe. good luck.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: replacing power steering hoses
adirondacktr on is correct, you can find replacements or get them made at any auto parts store, or a Hydrolic shop that makes hoses, But if it's a 2008 it would be a warrenty fix. If you let it go you can damage the pump and the hydrolic assist sytem costing a lot of money and voiding any warrenty you would have if you do not have it replaced you can also get a subscription to alldatadiy.com to see if there is a recall on the hoses or any other they may have found. Don't let it leak to the point you damage the pump.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
If it is a small leak you might be able to wrap it with a rubber hose and apply several clamps to put a band-aid on it. However, this is only temporary at best and could still cause problems depending on where it is leaking. One possible alternative to a new hose - if you take the hose to a shop like The Hoseman (or equivalent) they can rebuild the hose cheaper than buying a new one.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
16mm flare nut wrench. Make sure you replace o-rings. May have to remove sway bar and drop rear bolts on cradle. Route under right tie rod end.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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