Below guide will teach you How to Replace a Power Steering Hose. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Things You’ll Need:
- Power Steering Hose
- Drain Pan
- Flare Nut Wrench
- DIY Costs: Est. $73.99 parts only
- Shop Costs: Est. $190.08 parts and labor
- You can find the power steering pump and reservoir under the hood.
- Make sure that the power steering fluid level is up to the required mark.
- Look for any signs of leakage in the steering hoses.
- Take a drain pan and put it under the pressure hose connection located at the steering rack.
- Make use of nut wrench, unfasten the leaking pressure hose.
- Take a new power steering hose and fix it carefully. Secure it with bolts.
- Take a new power steering fluid recommended for your vehicle model and fill the power steering reservoir up to the full mark.
- Turn the engine on and wait for few minutes before turning it off. Again check the fluid level in the reservoir and fill it if required.
- Turn the engine on again and wiggle the steering wheel from left to right.
- 10. Take a small drive to ensure the proper working of the steering wheel.