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Need to replace hoses on powre steering pump Can I do it myself?

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Yes the low pressure is a matter of hose clamps, the high pressure will have to be purchased or made. The just screw on, all you have to do is drain the power steering and remove old line and replace them with the new. Fill back up the power steering and check to make sure nothing is leaking. hope this helps Tim

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