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I own a 1995 Honda Odyssey EX. My car is leaking power steering fluid. I was told that I need to replace a power steering "line" from the power steering cooler to the reservoir and a power steering "line" from the cooler to the steering rack. I have no idea what these "lines" are so I don't know what parts to purchase. Any ideas?

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I couldn't find a part specific to the Odessey. Try looking for a power steering cooler kit. Pay attention to the hose diameter and you should be fine. It's just a single coil that runs before your radiator and cools down the fluid.

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  • Simon Poirier Lachance Jun 18, 2013

    That's not the one he's looking for. The pressure hose is what the part store tried to sell me. It's the cooler hose that he's looking for...

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