16MM Male O-Ring x 3/8" ID Hose
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CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Male O-Ring x 3/8" ID Hose

Part No. 37133 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
Hose Size:82.5
Length:82.5 in
Material:Rubber/Steel

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CARQUEST Power Steering16MM Male O-Ring x 3/8" ID Hose
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Perfect match for what I needed

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from Marshfield,WI

Verified Buyer

Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Male O-Ring x 3/8" ID Hose:

Very easy to buy.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No
 
4.0

Not as bad as all that . . . but

By 

from Cleveland, OH

About Me Casual Driver

Pros

  • Perfect Fit

Cons

  • Difficult To Use
  • Need 19mm Flare Wrench

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    Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Male O-Ring x 3/8" ID Hose:

    As the previous poster commented, this is not a 'complete' hose. Specifically, the upper hose (flexible hose connected to power steering fluid reservoir & next metal tube section) is NOT included. SERVICE TIPS: I found I had to remove 1) the coolant recovery tank to get at the reservoir end of the hose (I left the coolant hose attached), 2) the large air hose between the trottle body & the air filter (I just unlached the entire front of the air filter box and left it attached to the hose) & the throttle cables (to get the large air hose out of the way - be careful not to break the cheap throttle body connector on the front cable) to get to the rack end of the hose, and 3) the automatic transmission fluid filler tube (with the dipstick in it) to get the old part out and put the new part in. If you remove this, you will be leaking some transmission fluid - make sure you catch it and have some replacement on hand. The stock hose has an 18mm flare nut, but this product comes with a 19mm flare nut - make sure you have a 19mm flare wrench. Finally, you will need a 3/4" hose clamp, if the one on the car doesn't make it (mine fell apart during the removal process).

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    1.0

    return hose

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    from engine tech lincoln park mi 48146

    Pros

      Cons

      • Flimsy
      • Incompatible

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        Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 16MM Male O-Ring x 3/8" ID Hose:

        this hose does not come complete, very flimsey what a piece of junk. dont waste your money go to dealer.

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        • Q:

          How do I install this hose?
          Asked on 10/22/2015 by spec from Aliquippa

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            A:

            Hi Spec! To further assist with the installation of this hose, please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

            Answered on 10/23/2015 by Solomon
        • Q:

          how do I bleed the power steering line
          Asked on 12/15/2014 by akpaza from hesperia michigan

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            Hi Akpaza, I could be of help! First of all check your owner's manual for the recommended fluid and capacities. Then, ensure the vehicle is in "Park" if it has an automatic transmission, or in gear with the parking brake on if it has a manual transmission. You should use the small hose clamp to attach 1 to 2 feet of clear or rubber tubing to the power steering pump bleed valve. Then, put the other end of the tubing into a dedicated container big enough to catch a quart or two of fluid. If your vehicle does not possess a bleed valve, you can disconnect the power steering return line. It will be one of two lines going to the pump. The return line (the one you want) will be clamped to the pump. The hydraulic, or pressure line uses fittings and contains a threaded end. Do not detach this line. After that, jack up the front of your vehicle and support it on jack stands. Then, place wheel chocks behind the back wheels. You need enough clearance under the front tires to turn the wheels freely. Then, open the bleed valve partially, if equipped. The line method should be fine the way it is. After, you start the engine. Then, top up the power steering pump with fluid and continue to top up during the bleeding procedure. Do not let the pump run dry. If the fluid is new and dirt free, you can put the end of the tube or the return line right into the pump reservoir instead of the catch container. The fluid will recirculate, and you won't need to top up. Then, turn the steering all the way to the right, then to the left, also referred to as lock to lock. You should repeat this action several times while monitoring the fluid for bubbles and keep topping it up if using the catch container. Repeat until you stop seeing air bubbles or a foamy appearance. After that, shut off the engine. Then, reattach the power steering return line and tighten the clamp, or disconnect and remove the tubing if you used the bleed valve method. Top up the power steering reservoir one final time and turn the steering wheel lock to lock three or four more times and check the fluid level and top up if needed. Then, reinstall the cap and lower the vehicle and take it for a test drive. The steering should be smooth and noise free. Best of luck.

            Answered on 12/16/2014 by Solomon
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