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How do i repair power steering return hose - 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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You can put a splice in the hose( 2 hose clamps and a metal pipe) if its in the middle of the hose. I will not recommend this. The hose is under pressure from the return of fluid. You can order a line from your local auto parts store, or the dealer. This is the safest way. Plumbers tape and a couple of wrenches, and there you go. In 20 minutes, you can replace the line. hope this helps

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Power steering hose are under alot of pressure, you don't repair them, you replace them. Even the return lines, although they're lower pressure, you still need the heavy duty hose for it.

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SOURCE: 1998 pontiac transport montana power steering return hose

if it's the return hose, you can just cut out the bad part and replace it with rubber hose and clamps.

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you can but what are the price of the parts .just a pain to get at the fittings just make sure they are the right hoses and they are put back on the high pressure and low pressure sides .cut the old ones and tap a socket over the fitting rather then wrench might strip it and have troubles geting out and root them the same spot the old ones came from

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Go to a parts store and tell them you want power steering return hose or transmission cooler hose. It comes in bulk, they can just cut off how much you need.

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SOURCE: How do I repair a leaking power steering hose?

ok thees instructions that i have is for replacing the power steering pump but it has a great pic witch shows the power steering hoses i hope it helps


NOTE The following procedure requires the use of the GM Puller toolNo. J-25034-B or equivalent, and the GM Pulley Installer tool No.J-25033-B or equivalent.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable for safety.
  2. Remove the air cleaner assembly for access.
  3. Release tension and remove the drive belt.
  4. Remove the power steering pump pulley using a suitable puller tool.
  5. Remove the power steering pump retaining bolts, then reposition the pump as necessary for access to the hoses.
  6. Position a fluid catch pan under the power steering pump.
  7. Remove the hoses from the power steering pump and drain the excess fluid into the catch pan.
    WARNING Be sure to cap all openings in the pump hydraulic system toprevent excessive fluid spillage and the possibility of systemcontamination.
  8. Remove the power steering pump from the vehicle.

    0900c15280227d22.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gifFig. Pump pulley removal and installation


    0900c15280227d23.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gifFig. Exploded view of the power steering pump mounting


    0900c15280227d24.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gifFig. Typical power steering pump hose routing

To install:
  1. Position the pump to the vehicle, then uncap and connect the pump hoses.
  2. Install the steering pump to the retaining bracket, then secureusing the retaining bolts. Tighten the nut to 30 ft. lbs. (41 Nm).
  3. Install the pump pulley using the GM Pulley Installer tool No.J-25033-B or equivalent. Press the drive pulley onto the power steeringpump.
  4. Hand-tighten the pivot bolt, the adjusting bolt and the washer.
  5. Install the drive belt.
  6. Install the air cleaner assembly.
  7. Connect the negative battery cable.
  8. Refill the power steering reservoir and bleed the power steering system.
  9. Road test the vehicle, then check and top-off the power steering fluid.

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  1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.
    • Remove as much fluid as possible from the power steering fluid reservoir using a siphon pump.
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Power Steering Pump Replacement
NOTE: The content of this article / image reflects the changes called out by TSB: 05-02-32-004.

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There's a technical bulletin on that from Chrysler....The power steering lines need to be replaced. I have the same problem as you see this link - http://www.wjjeeps.com/tsb.htm#STEERING

SUBJECT:
Steering Honk On 4.0L And 4.7L LHD Grand Cherokee Vehicles
OVERVIEW:
This bulletin involves the replacement of the power steering pressure
and return hoses and tube.
MODELS:
1999 - 2002 (WJ) Grand Cherokee (Domestic and International Markets)
2001 - 2002 (WG) Grand Cherokee (International Markets)
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19-005-02 -2-
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1 **52088452AE** Hose, Pressure (4.0L)
1 **52088774AC** Hose, Return (4.0L)
1 **52088775AB** Tube, Return (4.0L)
6 **34201631** Rivet, Plastic Black (Front Fascia - 4.0L)
1 **06102141AA** Screw, Pressure Hose (6 mm - 4.0L)
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1. Remove the front fascia panel.
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