Less than 30 days ago I dropped just shy of $2k at Robertson Honda Service Center in North Hollywood to replace the Timing Belt, Water Pump, Front Arm Bushings, and Power Steering High Pressure Hose on my 2007 Honda Odyssey.
The first thing to do is inspect for power steering leaks in the power steering hose, the power steering pressure hose, the power steering high pressure hose or the return hose for the power steering pump. If there's no sign of leaking from the hoses, it could be a leak in the power steering pump. Check the power steering fluid in your vehicle – if it's low, there could be a slow leak in the power steering pump. If the belt that connects the power steering pump to the driveshaft is slippery, it may be a sign for a leaking water pump.
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Power Steering High Pressure Hose by OER®. A leak in your power steering system can lead to a very serious and possibly dangerous situation. Leaking hoses can cause a loss of steering. Replace your worn out or cracked power steering hoses before big problems occur. The pressure hose connects from the power steering pump to the control valve/gear box inlet.
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My 2005 Dodge Ram SRT keeps blowing off the power steering high pressure hose from the quick connect fitting even ...