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Your 1998 Buick Century might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Power Steering Return Hose product you desperately need.
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Replace old 17 years on vehicle lines
Very easy to buy.
Bottom Line recommended
By Middle Aged Dad (MAD)
From Cleveland, OH
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).
Bottom Line recommended
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