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Old 05-30-2014, 01:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you loop depowered steering lines?

I am sorry, it seems like I get more responses if I start a new thread, and I want to do this soon!

Once you drain the fluid, is it as simple as connecting the hose where you want it? Are all of the outlets the same size and type?

Thank you very much!

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Once you drain the fluid, is it as simple as connecting the hose where you want it?
The hose that comes out of the canister is a different size, which is removed first, then the canister is removed, as shown in the instructions here. The hose that goes into the canister is the same size as the hose with the metal line that comes out of the pump.

I drove the car a few days before connecting these two lines together, then connected them with the barb and didn't notice any difference. The main thing is to disconnect the lines from the pump, remove as much fluid as possible, and remove the belt.
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Thanks. I just wanted to know if I could do this without cutting lines. When I get home, I will go to my local O'Reilly's. Apparently, they custom-make hoses, so hopefully they can make this one as well as supply me the plugs:


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