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Old 11-01-2013, 11:22 AM   #15
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FWIW, the only thing I can think of that would be a steel line, and heat protected, where you're describing would be a PS return line.

BTW, if the line is 'missing' you should be able to find the two ends it is supposed to join if you get in there (literally) and have a good look around.
Ok i will check into that i thought the ps was on other side but it's been a while so you are probably right it is on that side I will have a look at my pump and see if the lines are there. thanks very much.
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Old 11-01-2013, 12:01 PM   #16
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Ok i will check into that i thought the ps was on other side but it's been a while so you are probably right it is on that side I will have a look at my pump and see if the lines are there. thanks very much.
The power steering pump is mounted to the bottom left side of the engine. The lines will go from the pump to the gear box also on the left side. From the gear box the lines go the cooler and back to the reservoir. From the reservoir it supplys the pump. Everything is pretty much on the left side of the engine with some lines that may go in front of the engine.
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Old 11-01-2013, 02:27 PM   #17
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The power steering pump is mounted to the bottom left side of the engine. The lines will go from the pump to the gear box also on the left side. From the gear box the lines go the cooler and back to the reservoir. From the reservoir it supplys the pump. Everything is pretty much on the left side of the engine with some lines that may go in front of the engine.

Yes you are right i looked ps pump is on the left it is all still attached i just un-bolted it from the engine and left all lines in tact. I will get a pic of the engine compartment shortly. Thanks
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Here are a couple pics of the engine area, a lot of stuff i left connected, i can get all the lines i pulled off and put them in one place and take a picture maybe someone can notice something that is missing. I know i have every part, nut and bolt that came off the only thing is the one line that was broken by the rod that went through the block that i took the machine shop and now is lost. Thanks for all the help.
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