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PRICE FOR REPLACING POWER STEERING HOSE, ALSO CAN IT BE DONE MYSELF WITH LITTLE PROBLEMS

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If your handy with a few wrenches ,you can save money by doing it youself,i checked rockauto.com and the hose cost between $15 and $25 depending on brand,or check your local parts store for one,some stores will even look at your van and tell you how to do it yourself,hope this helps.

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