Replacing A Leaking Power Steering Hose




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Maryellen Johnson: Hi scotty at 1:02 on your video the fitting you removed with the wrench them turned by hand off. I just purchased a new hose for my 2003 sorento. That same type fitting does not turn at all it is like it is welded on. I got a replacement and same thing. How would I get this to turn. Thanks for your time...

Scott Hertzog: check to make sure the old O-ring came out when you removed the old hose!

Jordan Bolling: like your videos Scotty they are helpful

Jordan Bolling: today I replaced my power steering pump on my 94 Gmc z71 and it still leaks I traced my steps I forgot the o ring to go on the back of the resavore it leaked bad and the new pump bearings fried and the good thing is I have lifetime warranty on the pump so got to replace it again I felt dumb

Kane Gunter: Cheers ears

william hocking: Can you help me with the power steering hose on my 99.saturn ?

Pete Aguirre: Hey Scotty, I've got a 2003 Hyundai Sonata. The power steering leaks, hits the serpentine belts, and flings all over. I'm not too sure but I think it may be the return hose that's leaking. Is it fairly similar to changing the high pressure hose? I can't seem to find any good videos on it, just the high pressure hose.

dvddmc: hey scotty is it that easy to do on a 94 Deville 4.9L not north star?? or is routed around to so many different places?

Erica Politica: Wow! Thanks so much. I'm all about saving a lot of money. Quick question, though: Is there any way to fix a leak or must I replace the power steering hose? Also, will this video apply to a 2005 Toyota Corolla?

Zach Edel: Hello Scotty will this video apply to a 2000 grand am? Thank you

Nightmare Illusionist: So air can't get into the system like brakes do no need to bleed the system?

Musthaf Ally: i have another issues my fuel gauge keep jumping so never know when I have to fill up I changed the pumps and filters what else can be the problem 1987 420 sel I was told the ground but don't know where that is located 2- my odometer stopped working car was parked over 10 years and was working fine before

Musthaf Ally: ty I got it fixed took about a hr and a half but got it done :)

Musthaf Ally: hard to fit wrench to tighten top nut not enough room???

Musthaf Ally: I have a 87 420 sel how do I change power steering hose same concept?

Dominique Davis: I'm looking to change the high pressure hose in a 1994 Cadillac Deville. Will this video apply? Thanks

sumanth vemuri: you are just amazing. The shop that i went to, asked 250$ for labour, can't believe I almost got duped. Thanks Scotty appreciate it !

rahul soni: Hi Scotty I have a 1996 C280, I am doing a powersteering flush,should I use synthetic or non synthetic power steering fluid, owners manual says use Mercedes special powersteering fluid,I have checked my system and have found no leaks.

Bloomin Onion: Another great video, Scotty. Keep 'em coming!

Unfortunately, I hit a big roadblock doing this on my '95 Grand Am. It didn't have a banjo fitting going to the steering box. It had a flare nut, instead. After buying an 18mm flare nut wrench, I discovered that there isn't enough clearance around the nut for this wrench end to fit, which is a huge problem and an absurdly poor design by GM, in my opinion. So, you have to risk it with an open 18mm wrench, and hope you don't round it off. Well, the nut on my 20 year old car was seized on tight. After a prolonged attempt to get it off, I thought I finally felt it break free. But, it was just the flats rounding off. I couldn't believe it. Total disaster.


The nut is so close to the engine compartment that I doubt it could be socketed, even if I cut the steel line.

What a mess.

Good luck to everyone

ktrez2000: Scotty, isn't power steering fluid just brake fluid?
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