16MM Banjo x 16MM Female S.A.E. - with Switch Port
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CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Banjo x 16MM Female S.A.E. - with Switch Port

Part No. 36876 Warranty Details  

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OE routing ensures a proper fit. Engineered and constructed to withstand the high-pressure pulsations and heat found in steering systems.
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Fittings Included:Yes
Fittings Thread Diameter:16MM Banjo x 16MM Female S.A.E. - W/Switch Port mm
Hose Size:47.5
Material:Rubber/Steel

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  • Q:

    I'am Having a problem removing the bolt that holds the hose to the pump? The flange and bolt move together and I Cannot remove the bolt or hose? Is There a lock or something on this bolt?
    Asked on 3/19/2015 by tommylimo from Boca Raton Florida

    1 answer

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      A:

      I'm happy to help, Tommylimo! The pressure feed tube on the Toyota and Lexus vehicles that this Powercraft 16MM Banjo x 16MM Female S.A.E. with Switch Port (Part No. 91861 fits is held in place with 2 clamp plate set nuts, 2 clamp plates and 2 holders. You will need a spanner and Special Service Tool Part No. 09023-12700. I suggest purchasing a repair manual for your vehicle for detailed replacement procedures.

      Answered on 3/19/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
  • Q:

    What is the name of the part that screws into the pressure hose where the two vacum lines are connected to?
    Asked on 11/30/2010 by AL from Atlanta, GA

    3 answers

    • A:

      Use a 22mm or a 7/8" socket from the top with a 12" extension to get to the banjo bolt. Will need to remove tension screw and rotate pump to towards firewall. I used a wedge cut from a 2x2 of wood to to keep pump at angle until I got banjo bolt out. Another way is with a box end wrench that has an off set, can get from bottom of car. I discovered this when trouble shooting a leak in the high pressure hose. My head was between the brake disc and and the rear of the fender well. The tie rod may get in the way and you have to turn the wheels slightly. Support the car well. I used a stack of 2x12s under the passenger side.

      Answered on 8/29/2016 by Santa Fe from Elgin IL
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      A:

      Hose Clamp.

      Answered on 12/2/2010 by Parts Guru Geo from AAP
    • A:

      idle up valve

      Answered on 3/17/2012 by 72sunroof from charlotte nc
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