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I have A 2005 Nissan Quest the power steering hose that goes from the power steering pump to the Rack and Pinion.... this is almost impossible to get to with out removing any thing.... I dont know which way to attack it from... can you tell me the steps of replacing this hose.. the hose is in such a palce that its not easy to reach I cant figure out do I doing this from top down or bottom up and what parts to I need to take off

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You will need to remove whatever is in the way, and yes it is a bear of a job, you will also need to under the vehicle to complete the install.

Posted on Jul 08, 2017

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all the boot does is keep dirt from getting to the lip seal if its leaking youl atleast need to replace seal and boot i think on that model youl need a specialty inner tie rod tool to remove before you can get the seal out. if it was me i believe id replace the whole rack if you plan on keeping the rig long hope this helps please rate me thanks

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SOURCE: No power steering assist after changing rack and pinion assembly

and?? finish the question does not have power steering now? bleed the system it has air in it and fill the P.S. pump reservoir. More info please.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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No. they are fairly similar in design...

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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when it comes to the power steering hose I would say just do it yourself. As for the rack and pinion it will probably cost you quite a few hours of labor. anywhere from 5-9. Its up to you!

Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php?catalog=701&partnum=22268&a=UK701-22268
there you go, not a bad price...

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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