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Old January 27th, 2015, 10:18 PM
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Pwr Steering leak ..

Looks like the D90 is getting jealous of the new truck and decided to start dumping power steering fluid on the driveway when i moved it. (its been sitting for a few months lightly used). I thought i had it placated with new sliders, Diff guards, and a steering guard but i was wrong.

I'm thinking its the hose to the steering box at this point since it looked like it was weeping a while ago but a hose clamp seemed to stop it. Seems like the leak is on the drivers side.

whats the right way to change the hoses. (i.e. do i need ot prime it, or other tricks that RAVE may not tell me)

its at 133k miles so is the pump near end of life?
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