Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
Hello, i need to replace the high pressure power steering hose on my 1988 toyota land cruiser and cannot find a DIY guide anywhere. The Haynes manual does not cover hose replacement. Any suggestions
The high pressure hose is simple to replace if its not to confined of an area for you. Just un-thread from both sides, fill with power steering fluid, work steering wheel from side to side to work the air out. In between this check fluid levels. If air is still in it will make a whining sound, and bubbles will be visible in the power steering fluid reservoir. Hope I helped you good luck!!
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