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CARQUEST Power Steering 3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose

Part No. 37110 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:33.5
Length:33.5 in
Material:Rubber/Steel

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CARQUEST Power Steering3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose
 
4.6

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Was just what I want

By 

from Maryville, TN

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Pros

  • Advance Online Is A Great

Cons

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      Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose:

      I use it on a Ford truck F150. Was a great match with the old one. Loved using the Advance Auto online web site. Very easy to find what you need and the discounts are outstanding. Buy online and pick up at local store.

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      5.0

      Exact Replacement

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      from Cape Cod MA

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      Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose:

      Replaced rotted, leaking hose. This matches the O.E.M. hose exactly. Installs easily with just two hose clamps. Clamps are not provided, you can use regular 3/4" hose clamp but I just reused the spring clamps from the old hose without any issues. Hint: disconnect bottom hose first, use yellow cap on the nipple and drain the hose into a drip pan! once the new hose is installed fill the reservoir, start the vehicle and turn the wheel from lock to lock slowly a few times then top off reservoir to MAX FILL line.

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      3.0

      It will do, but not 100% OE fit as described and suggested

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      from Bonita Springs, Fl

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      Pros

        Cons

        • Flimsy
        • Not Correct Length
        • Poor Hardline Connections

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        • Specified Vehicles

        Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose:

        This was a replacement power steering hose for my 98 Ford Expedition 5.4L 4x4 EB Edition.

        Upon comparison to OE hose, it appeared the overall length was short by an inch on each end (rubber hose sections), however hardline section had all the right bends to accommodate this being an acceptable replacement for what its worth.

        During install, I had to sure up proper seating/connection underneath the Expy to ensure it didn't blow off down the road on my test drive, however like I said the hose is a bit short, so the other end of the hose DID NOT seat all the way up on the power steering reservoir like the stock on did. Luckily, the reservoir has a long tip, so I was able to get enough on there and fasten it down with a new hose clamp.

        Furthermore, keeping in mind the overall geometry of the hose being installed the way it was, now made the stock hardline clamps (white plastic pieces that look like a crows foot and attach to the frame)unusable for the most part. These two plastic clips secure around the hardline and keep it from vibrating against the frame, which could lead to premature failure. With the hose shifted further down only one of these stock clamps could be used, as for the other clamp set even with the 3/8" rubber section of the hose and not the hardline. So with that being said, a zip tie was used to secure it in place away from the frame.

        The install took no more than 45 minutes and the majority of that was finagling and adjusting due to hose being too short, but in the end it did work and for the price I can live with it. Expy no longer stains the drive way and thus far connections / hose has held up for 100 miles.

        I would recommend this part, but just be forewarned it may not be exact.

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        5.0

        just like original

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        from Tewksbury, ma

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        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Use

        Cons

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            Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose:

            Thorough instructions

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            5.0

            Leakng power steering hose replacement

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            from Central Massachusetts

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            3 or more reviews submitted

            Pros

            • Easy replacement
            • Perfect Fit

            Cons

            • None

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            • Trucks

            Comments about CARQUEST Power Steering 3/8" ID Hose x 3/8" ID Hose:

            A simple remove old hose by removing hose clamps and replacing with new hose.

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              how difficuct is it to replace power steering hose/line on my f150 , how long should it take etc , and what if any ,! other parts and or hardware will i need to complete this job. !! thankyou please
              Asked on 11/26/2011 by Anonymous

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                A:

                Locate the power steering pump on the driver's side of the engine, and set the drain pan underneath it. Locate the power steering line you want to replace. Loosen the line from the steering rack using the line wrench and allow any excess fluid to flow into the drain pan. Then remove the fitting all the way. Race the line to its connection on the power steering pump. Loosen the fitting with a line wrench, then remove the line from the truck. Install the replacement line in its place, using the line wrench to tighten both fittings. Open the power steering pump fluid reservoir cap with your hands and fill it with power steering fluid. Flashlight(if needed) and drain pan should be enough. Its a DIY job but not an easy task and would require a few hours for this replacement.

                Answered on 11/26/2011 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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