Replacing A Leaking Power Steering Hose




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James Brown: Great video for the MB, I'm replacing my steering pressure hose on my 98 BMW e38, I have the hose off but can't get the New one on, do you have a EZ way of doing this?

Jack Hogan: this guy is really livin'

Marcus Robinson: whats size bolt is that on the rack

Eric Padilla: trying to see if you can make a video for a 2001 GT convertible mustang manual transmission, I am changing my rack pinion

Great Again: i heard you have to use the MB fluid only , then i saw where a service notice said you can use ATF . this is a question asked by Thousands . so unless in way off in the Dark Web , Red is ATF , MB is a clear fluid . i know the ATF is way cheaper and i noticed the fluid Scotty used was Red lol stated he often uses other Bottles to store his fluids . my MB is a clear fluid 1998 E320 . my opinion is if whats in the system is red id use the red ATF if it is clear just use the MB CF . not sure what can go wrong if there mixed anyone else have any info to add id be interested .

Godlifeforrever Holliday: what size rench

Snoo Lee: Scotty, If you have contempt for MB, what are you doing working on one?

charlie c: scotty my cars windshield wiper fluid reservoir kept emptying in 1 day -

i took it to get diagnosed, they told me the little plastic "motor" piece is causing the leak.

that makes no sense because the fluid keeps leaking from the reservoir, id assume the plastic motor piece isnt whats keeping the reservoir sealed?


what do you think scotty? thanks

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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?

The Classics: 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.

Lion Hearted: 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!
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