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replacing high pressure power steering hose.

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    replacing high pressure power steering hose.

    Gentlemen
    Mine is all cracked. Any replacement tips? I see that it has two mount brackets on a suspension member. Can I access both from below? I looked at a video of a honda from 94. He took one off from the top and the other one from underneath. No videos for a CB7.

    #2
    If we are talking about a 93 accord then i think the high pressure line is 53713-SM4-A11. Maybe ebay is your friend on this one as it's a discontinued part. There's a member on here (Fleetw00d) who may have one for ya.
    https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_from...4-A11&_sacat=0


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      #3
      Originally posted by Raf99 View Post
      If we are talking about a 93 accord then i think the high pressure line is 53713-SM4-A11. Maybe ebay is your friend on this one as it's a discontinued part. There's a member on here (Fleetw00d) who may have one for ya.
      https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_from...4-A11&_sacat=0

      I've already got the hose (aftermarket) Just wanting some installation tips. The mounting bolts are going to be the difficult part of the job since they look very hard to get to.

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        #4
        Yep. No tips really, just remove all the bolts. Easier to get to from the bottom. Jack it up (use jack stands), remove drivers side tower and reach up if needed.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Raf99 View Post
          Yep. No tips really, just remove all the bolts. Easier to get to from the bottom. Jack it up (use jack stands), remove drivers side tower and reach up if needed.
          thanks.

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            #6
            It will help to remove the left front wheel to reach the brackets on the main cross member.
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              #7
              Got it in. It was not fun getting the hard line over the suspension crossmember. I kept hitting the other hard lines. You had to go by feel. I got that done then I fed the hose from the bottom to the top along the back of the engine to the pump. The hardest part was getting the bolt through the bracket and attaching it to the crossmember . You could not see the bolt hole so it is done by feel as well. Who knows how long the original hose would have lasted. It was hard as a rock with some cracks so bad you could see the inner hose reinforcement.

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