Power Steering Pressure Hose Removal

RedRyder

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Hmm....think I will just let mine keep leaking, and if I lose power steering who needs it anyway? haha

Dreading this. Might have a good shop do it.
 

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Hmm....think I will just let mine keep leaking, and if I lose power steering who needs it anyway? haha

Dreading this. Might have a good shop do it.
It really isnt hard, just kind annoying getting out. The subframe method should be last resort, I do these jobs on lifts, on the ground it wont be fun. You really should be able to remove out the passenger wheel well, possibly the driver side as well. Just pay mine to how you remove the old line, the new line will go in this same route. On that note if your in the rust belt, it is worth paying a shop to deal with it.
 
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