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How to change a power steering hose on a 1993 chev lumina sedan

Can anyone help me and walk me through changing the power steering hose as it is laking reall badly
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Loosen the torque strut(s) in front of your engine and lightly jack your engine forward, just a little bit. Don't force anything. I'm sure you've already removed whatever obstructions you could. The trick now is to feed the new hose through the exact same path that the old hose occupies. Have a lot of patience as you may have to do a bit of twisting and turning on the new hose once it's in place.

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