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    Power Steering Hoses

    Power steering is one of the perks of driving that you tend to take for granted; that is, until you start to notice a stiffer wheel. Inside the engine of your car, power steering hoses deliver lubricant to your steering gear, making it easy to turn the wheel. When the hoses start to fail, they tend to develop cracks and leak as a result of the constant pressure. If this happens, we'll have you steering smoothly again quickly.

    There are two power steering hoses in your car: a supply hose and a return hose. The supply hose is a high-pressure piece that uses hydraulic power to deliver oil from the power steering pump, while the return hose is a low-pressure piece that carries the oil from the steering gear to the reservoir. Built of reinforced synthetic compounds with compression fittings, they stand up to high temperatures that, over time, can corrode the materials and break them down. When this happens, it's necessary to replace one or both to improve your steering.

    One of the most notable signs of a leaking power steering pump hose is having to put more effort into turning and steering in general. A leaky hose also produces a burning oil smell. If the fluid level is very low, you'll likely hear an unusual noise coming from the power steering pump itself. If the pump is leaking, you'll notice fluid puddles underneath your {make} after it sits for a bit.

    This is a repair that you can easily do at home in an hour's time. If you're replacing multiple hoses, be careful to take note of the different types. You can use a power steering hose as an oil cooler hose in a pinch; however, vice versa is inappropriate as the latter are made to different pressure standards. When you're done, be sure to fill your reservoir back up with power steering fluid and you're all set to go.

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