16MM Male O-Ring x 18MM Male O-Ring
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CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Male O-Ring x 18MM Male O-Ring

Part No. 36761 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 Size:16MM Male O Ring x 18MM Male O Ring mm
Hose Size(s):64.75


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CARQUEST Power Steering16MM Male O-Ring x 18MM Male O-Ring

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Direct fit easy enough to replace


from Wheeling, il

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    Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Male O-Ring x 18MM Male O-Ring:

    toughest part about the job was getting the line free of the plastic clip that holds it to the alternator. exact fit

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    • Q:

      What size wrench for the fitting on the rack end. Believe it to be metric. also whats the easy way to get that end off. No room whatsoever. tried a crow foot down the firewall but want to be sure of exact size (metric or std) before purchasing a set of crowfoot flare
      Asked on 10/12/2010 by Dave T from Summerville,sc

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        For correct size tools and correct tool usage i recommend that you go to your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and purchase a repair maual.

        Answered on 10/13/2010 by Kevin the King of Auto Parts. from AAP
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      Hi what are the procedures to change this hose?THANKS
      Asked on 9/8/2010 by Anonymous from Ky

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        With the car off, take the line off and replace it. Once replaced filled power steering reservoir back up and with the cap off turn the car on and turn the wheel from side to side all the way over and over to allow the fluid to fill back up. Keep checking the level and when it stops leveling off, fill the reservoir up to the proper level and you are good basically.

        Answered on 9/8/2010 by Mike from AAP
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