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POWER STEERING PRESURE HOSE

MY POWER STEERING PRESURE HOSE IS LEAKING AND IT IS ONLY LEAKING IN 1 CERTIN SPOT AND I NEED 2 KNOW WHO 2 FIX IT WITH OUT HAVING 2 GET THE THING

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Power steering pressure hose over the exhaust manifold cover? me too. just planning on buying new and replacing.

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