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Power steering line replacement part doesnt look like part I need The part offered is high pressure side line which runs from pump around back of motor. Part I need runs from pump around front of motor then to the back on drivers side also part I need is connected with a original factory clamp at the pump end?

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If you got it at the Auto Parts Store,you either got the wrong hose assy or you will need to get the dealers version ,because the after market doesn't always fit,when it comes to power steering hoses. About the only car partI have seen ,like that, in the last 40 years!

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