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Need Honda P/n 53765-S84-A01 power steering cooler tube new or used

Need to replace above part

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SOURCE: Power Steering

power steering is a cycling system all you need to do is fill it and run the car

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SOURCE: need to replace transmission line to the cooler on a GMC Sierra

Its fairly easy, you dont have to replace the fittings at the cooler. if they are leaking up at the cooler, it needs to be replaced, but if not, its just simple line to line, not too long of a process

please rate well! hope this gives you the info you needed!

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Leak in the power steering system.

SOUND LIKE POWER STEERING PRESSURE HOSE LEAKING.COPPER TUBING IS TOO SOFT METAL FOR POWER STEERING AND BRAKES SYSTEM.BUY A PRESSURE HOSE AT ANY AUTO PARTS PLACES LIKE AUTO ZONE OR ADVANCE AUTO PARTS. PRESSURE HOSE SHOULD HAVE O-RING COME WITH IT.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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Why would any car have a power steering cooler?
It could never get very hot, and it would not matter if it did.

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SOURCE: I need to replace Power

hi.
you have not actually said which model you have, but the following seems to apply to all nissan power steering systems.

Recommended fluid is Genuine NISSAN PSF or equivalent.
Refer to MA-11, "Fluids and Lubricants" .
which then says under the
note:
*3: For Canada, NISSAN Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF), DEXRONTM
III or MERCONTM or equivalent ATF may also be used.

basically NISSAN PSF (power steering fluid)
or equivalent. DEXRON III (most automatic transmission fluids (ATFs) are dexron III)

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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If I were you I would first test the wiper switch because more times than not it is the culprit:

1. Remove three screws at the bottom of the steering column cover.

2. Turn the steering wheel to the left and remove the two screws that attach the wiper switch to the column.

3. Pull the wiper switch outward and disconnect the harness.

4. At this point you can do one of two things: Take apart the switch and find the contacts for the washer switch. They may be fused to a brass bar. If so separate the brass bar from the contact. You may be able to manipulate the little brass bar to work a little better but it is probably cracked and worn out.

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