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Old 04 Oct 2003, 07:50 pm   #1 (permalink)
Rob Dean
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Default Re: power steering pressure hose.

I have the same leak in My 96 camry V6 with 240,000Km. Is it the hose or the pump?
"FORY" <yo@yo.com> wrote in message news:bca12v$2vvsj$1@hades.csu.net...
some points here:
a.. You need to make sure if in fact it is the hose what is causing the fluid leak, the pump is what goes bad most of the time.
b.. You only listed 1 link, not 2 links.
c.. I also have a leak in my car, but I cannot make sure if the pump is leaking or not, I can't see the pump.
d.. My car is a 1996, Camry V6 LE 3.0 , I think it has the same engine as yours.

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"nisha" <nisha_tm@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:1fb8423a.0306101639.49ad0afc@posting.google.c om...
Hello all:

I have a 1995 toyota camry v6le.(around 140k miles)
The power steering fluid is leaking and
I was told that the pressure hose needs to be replaced.

I dont want to spend 350$ on it(thats what the dealer asked,
just for the hose!!).

I saw it online at two places.

partsamerica.com
http://catalog.thepartsbin.com/?year...mageField.y=16

The first site lists the price as around $40
the second one is around $100.

Do these work on my car? What is the difference between them?
Why is there a $60 difference in price between both these
sites?

Thank you very much for your responses. I really appreciate it.
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Old 05 Oct 2003, 02:53 am   #2 (permalink)
Jason James
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Default Re: power steering pressure hose.


"Rob Dean" <robdean@sympatico.ca> wrote in message
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I have the same leak in My 96 camry V6 with 240,000Km. Is it the hose or the
pump?
"FORY" <yo@yo.com> wrote in message news:bca12v$2vvsj$1@hades.csu.net...
some points here:
a.. You need to make sure if in fact it is the hose what is causing the
fluid leak, the pump is what goes bad most of the time.
b.. You only listed 1 link, not 2 links.
c.. I also have a leak in my car, but I cannot make sure if the pump is
leaking or not, I can't see the pump.
d.. My car is a 1996, Camry V6 LE 3.0 , I think it has the same engine
as yours.

--
Alfonso Sanchez - BSIT
"Let the good times roll "
"nisha" <nisha_tm@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1fb8423a.0306101639.49ad0afc@posting.google.c om...
Hello all:

I have a 1995 toyota camry v6le.(around 140k miles)
The power steering fluid is leaking and
I was told that the pressure hose needs to be replaced.

I dont want to spend 350$ on it(thats what the dealer asked,
just for the hose!!).

I saw it online at two places.

partsamerica.com

http://catalog.thepartsbin.com/?year...=33&imageField
..y=16

The first site lists the price as around $40
the second one is around $100.

Do these work on my car? What is the difference between them?
Why is there a $60 difference in price between both these
sites?

Thank you very much for your responses. I really appreciate it.


Hi pressure hydaulic hoses can be made to order for a fraction of $350 at
any hydraulic equipment place for tractors and stuff. They will want to see
the old hose to get the fittings right, but before you do that, clean the
area down with degreaser and hose it off, then go for a drive and see if you
can see where its leaking from.

Jason


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