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63buglover

Power Steering leak

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Hey guys... I'm looking for a part number or source for the red bushing that holds the power steering return line to the power steering pump. Mine was cracked and missing a chunk resulting in expensive fluid leaking all over the top of the engine case. Are there any workarounds that can be done to eliminate the problem? I have read a couple of posts indicating that the bushing can disintegrate under hard usage of the steering (track day and such).

Also... I had a devil of a time trying to get the line out of the pump, and pulled out the brass collar that the hose/bushing goes into. Is my pump toast?

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Well I'm having trouble locating those parts as being available separately from Porsche.

You might need to replace the pump reservoir if that's where the hose is going into.

P/N 99731422000 MSRP $82.87

Edit, you might also have to replace the return line that goes into the pump reservoir, if that is damaged 98634743906, MSRP $55.20.

Or are you talking about the line that goes into the pump itself, not the pump reservoir?

Edited by logray

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