Riley: hey Scotty. great vids. just replaced the power steering belt for my 06 Elantra (was squeeling). it was good for a week but now the squeel has returned. retightened but to no avail. not loosing fluid but wondering if air in the lines could be an issue. there is plenty of fluid residue on the PS fluid reservoir and lines but no obvious leak. Failing pump? belt possibly too tight? thanks buddy!
Ardestani33: Scotty what if the nut is siezed up and won't budge?
Classics My: Ungh..agh.. Imagine the sounds he'll make in bed.
Yankees Fan: I have a 2007 Toyota Camry XLE V6 and the power steering return hose is held by clamps. Any video on how to change this out? Thanks!
Scott Simontacchi: Hi Scotty, How long did it take you to do this? Also, what do you think a shop would charge for something like this. Thanks again.
Jumpman Plug: unghhh!
THAWK44US1: Scottie I have a 1987 Mercedes Benz 560SL two questions can the ball joints be replaced in the Rt and Lt upper and lower control arms or do I have to buy the complete arms ? Does the power steering pump on this model has the reservoir on the pump?
Nhu Bui: may i ask ? my camry on the passages side i can see the boot break some oil leaks over the boot do i need to change the whole piece ? camry 2004 . thank you.
Joshua Timothy Baehr: Hey Scotty. I have a Hyundai Elantra 03 and there is a power steering fluid leak allegedly at the pressure and suction line. But it's a fortune to fix so I'm wondering if this sort of thing can just be left leaky and refilled regularly. They told me I also have a leak in the steering rack. Please respond!
Bill Dozer: I'm changing out the pressure hose in my 1992 GMC Vandura 5.7 litre for safety sakes. I'm having the pickleens of a time getting the 5/8" nut to turn where it connects to the pump. The larger nut, aka control valve assembly is turning. It's such a narrow nut and tight spot I can't get another wrench in there to hold it. Can I remove the control valve and spring and work on this on the bench? Or will I be asking for more headaches trying to reinstall the valve back into the pump? As always, you rock Scotty and Merry Christmas!
David Jackson: Scotty I have a 2005 Nissan Altima SE-R my leak it looks like is the line where it connects directly underneath the reservoir is that a fix I can do at home? Or take it to a shop what's a shop charge for that repair you think?
Andrew Shone: so i need a new power steering pressure hose on my 2001 saab 93 and the mechanic said it is $215 for the part and $375 labor, is that right b/c that looked like it took 2 minutes?
Jose Hernandez: i recently got the power steering hose in my 99 toyota corolla replaced. there was white smoke coming from under the hood. assuming that this will solve the problem how long will i have to drive to burn off the fluid that leaked?
Jeffrey Nelson: What caused the hose to fail? I have not seen one fail before, except at the connections.
Footlong Pack: What a bad ass... also really informative. Except I didn't have as much trouble getting to the power-steering rack thankfully.
Ahmed Daley: I drove my car today to my local auto repair,I didn't realize there was a leak until my car's steering wheel got stiffer and harder to turn.the good thing that I drove the car to the auto repair before the power steering system completely breaksdown.Thank You for this video Scotty.
nate KKorinok: as I turn the bolt/line thats connected to the rack the bolt turns and is loose but then it stops cause the whole line wants to spin with the bolt.I put some pressure on the wrench trying to get it loose but again the line is starting to bend and turn with the bolt as I am loosing it. how to stop the line from spinning so I am able to take the whole line and bolt off without breaking the metal line. any tricks or anything I can do besides cutting the line and loosing the bolt.I guess the line is so rusted everything wants to spin? 2001 dodge durango
nate KKorinok: hey Scotty, I have a question, I need to replace my PS hose's. high pressure hose and the cooler or low pressure hose.the bolt at the pump/ reservoir came off kind of easy but, the bolt/line where the rack is, is giving me a problem. I got the bolt loose but the whole hose/line wants to spin/turn. I know I am probably going to replace it but I didnt want to break the line cause I am not sure if the high pressure line is leaking. I know the other line is but I need to take off the high pressure line at the rack before I can get to the other line thats connected to the rack. Any Ides on what I can do to stop the whole line from turning while I am loosing the bolt or do I just say screw it and cut it? Its a 2001 dodge durango. Thanks scotty for your help and opinion.
beastly5569: Try that on an old rusty dodge and you'll get more then a little sweaty.
Skyefuego: mines leaking where the rigid line and rubber hose meet. is there anything I can use to stop the leak for now.