Longshotsblues: Have an 2000 Olds Intrigue (actually boyfriend car) been leaking since he
bought it. Mon. night I hit not just a pot hole but a crater in road, PS
fluid really leaked all out to the point I could hardly steer car. Put more
fluid in but didn't last long before I had problems. Either hose completely
broke off? or I don't know. Can't find any instructions on how to replace
high pressure hose on this car. Please Help!
Kyle Simon: My rubber hose fell off my Pontiac sunfire and was seeping all over my
driveway. I'm guessing the cold weather thickened the fluid up too much and
shot it off.. Anyways, I replaced the old weather abused hose with a new
one and slipped some hose clamps on there and done! Now I can drive again!
Tariq Khan: Hello scotty, im replacing a power steering pump on a dodge ram 1500. The
new pump came with an O Ring. Does this O Ring go on the old pressure line
xcmskim4: i dont think you should use autozone brand fluid in a mercedes
Chris C.: Hey Scotty I replaced the P/S pump seals on a 98 Outback and turned the
wheel for a couple of minutes and even tried driving it around to get the
air out of the system. But it's not working properly. Any suggestions?
Wolf Wolfensberger: Power steering went out in my dodge it looks like its coming from a hose
that goes to the rack and pinion do you think its a hose or the rack and
Michael Adams: Hi Scotty, I have a 1986 Toyota Celica, and the Power steering isn't
working at all. I also noticed that all the fluid leaked out of the bottom
of the car somewhere when I tried to just put more fluid in the Pump. Would
you recommend I replace the high pressure power steering hose? Thanks.
Ananta Kashyap: For hyundai Sonata S20 (2005)..service center guy said Hose needs to be
replaced along with a ignition coil as it slightly jumps while shifting 2nd
to 3rd....Dint know what to check b4 buyin a 2nd hand car... :-(
DamnIzzytoofrio: I have a leak, i plan on fixing it. But should i keep filling it up with
power steering fluid until I fix it or is it fine if i just let it run low
on fluid?? Dont want to be wasting money buying the stuff if i don't need
to. Please Help. Thanks
vincent gomez: ok i will try that
tamera hansen: Thank you Scotty...very helpful!!
droidmedude: i have a 2007 impala, how do i replace my power steering return line?
vincent gomez: hi scotty my name is vince i have trouble with my 98 ford windstar i have
to chang my power steering hose but the screw wont not go in
andyrewm: I have a 2000 x type jag and the steering will not return to center please
Maxitikos: Hello Mr. Kilmer. My father's 1991 Chevy Lumina Euro with a 3.1 liter
engine needs a new power steering pressure hose. Does replacing it involve
a similar procedure as this Mercedes in that the front driver's side wheel
has to come off and the the hose needs to be unscrewed the same way?
5HINOBI: Glad I found this video earlier today. I found out the hard way that you
can't splice this hose. :/ What a mess. Well, that's one way to learn.
When I heard you say '1500 lbs of pressure', I realized that there was no
way splicing would work no matter how well it was clamped. Got my proper
part and I'm all set to go in the morning. Thanks Scotty!
xMarkuzx: When I replaced mine I only turned the wheel back and forth for less than a
minute. Now I'm experiencing whining noises when the car is cold, do you
think theres still air in the hose? thanks Scotty.
MONEYBAGS603: he makes every thing look so easy
Scotty Kilmer: yes
xMarkuzx: If that doesn't work will I need a new pump?
Scotty Kilmer: generally, no. That usually means the pump itself has some wear. Try
changing the fluid out and put in fully synthetic fluid, I've seen that
stop such cold noises
Scotty Kilmer: yes
Kyle Goldfarb: hey trying to replace the power steering lines (both of them) on a 1998
intrepid. would this basically be the same thing?
Amanda Creviston: ive got a 95 civic, the rubber seal on the steering rack split in two, and
now its leaking power steering fluid fast. can i just replace the rubber
tube or do i have to replace the whole rack//
Scotty Kilmer: pray it's just the high pressure hose, they cost enough, The pumps are
Scotty Kilmer: fill it back up when done, they bleed themselves just driving
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me questions Live. You do have to be a member of google plus, but that's
free and you can just google "join google plus" for that. thanks,
Pema Namgye: hi scotty, thanks again for your advise. I would like to clarify some of my
doubts here. you have advised to try AT 205 for oil seal leak but you did
not mentioned what type of product required for the following problems. And
I appreciate if you can show the procedures too. 1. for joint seal split
(what product is required?) 2. power steering oil leak (what product is
required?) 3. valve oil leak(what product is required?) 4. inlet manifold
gasket leak(what product is required?) thanks
Scotty Kilmer: it hurts nothing, but your arms.
juan martinez: scotty my power steering fluid always turns black when i pour it into the
reservoir, my wheels always squeal when i turn the wheel and i saw some
liquid dripping out of the boot of the tie rod which im sure is power
steering fluid. I also check the power steering reservoir and there was
only a little bit left. should i replace the tie rods?
american20011: Yeah, have a Kia Amita think the right it but anyways they tell me the
power steering pump is make the hard to turn.The power steering pump
reservoir showing full.So confused about it how do you diagnosed this
Flamingice9876: Great video, it's awesome that you do all of this as a hobby and not as a
service. I have a 98 lexus es 300 and my powersteering high pressure hose
has been leaking for quite a while. I've honestly just been pouring ATF
through it for the longest time but the leak is obviously getting worse and
I finally need to fix it. Is the process the same as in this video?
Ariel Chavez: Scotty why Mercedes stop producing straight 6 engines if those were better?
Chanel DeBrabant: You're one of the few people who know how to teach others how do things. I
know exactly what to do just by watching this quick and easy video. thanks
Scotty Kilmer: horsepower increase and gas mileage increase, that's it. Long life is not
what they care about anymore
Scotty Kilmer: yes, fix them youself, but the rear main oil seal requires removing the
transmission to get to it. Try some AT 205 reseal liquid in the engine oil
for that, hard to find, amazon sells it
Scotty Kilmer: either crapty pumps, and rebuilts often suck, or the rack is bad.
dahliaflo2001: If you already used Lucas stop leak, can the dye still work, coz lucas is
so thick n heavy ?
Mauro Torres: How normal is to have a noise everytime you steer the wheel??
Carlos Ibarra: You're awesome, man! You just saved me over $120.00 with this video! THANK
Anas Faraj: Hi Scotty I saw your vid and decided to do mine, for my experience I would
definitely tell everybody don't do it, it took me 3 days to do it, I opened
the hose in two minutes, but that damned bolt on the rack is pain and took
forever to go back. I have a question for you, the new hose has two orange
washers do I have to use both or only one on top of the bolt that goes to
the rack thank you
MrWiggo91: Good vid
Henrik Håkansson: Scotty, first of all I want to thank you for your fantastic and
easy-to-understand videos! Second, I wonder if the car and/or the power
steering pump may be damaged from removing one of the hoses in the system,
WITHOUT installing a new one? I've got a leak on my '97 VW Polo, and
replacing them is too expensive for me at the moment.
ss109guy: Wish you still had your radio show.
SSFproductions1: You make me worry about my dads 2year old 525d F10
Enrique Reyes: oh ok i see sounds good scott thanks
Scotty Kilmer: they are not standard sizes, all are different, buy the correct size at an
auto parts store.
bee0tcch: hey there Scotty, I have a 2001 Nissan Sentra with the SR20DE engine. The
power steering reservoir is leaking from the incoming and outgoing hoses.
I'm going to replace them. Will air get into the system once I take them
out? How would I bleed them? Jack the car up and turn the wheel for about
2-3 mins? Thanks for your input
austin vanraden: " like this, Ugh" great vid guy
Scotty Kilmer: amazon sells it, and you try 3 ounces of sealer mixed with power steering
fluid to attempt sealing leaks