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kamran66

Boxster Power Steering Pump Replacement

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Boxster Power Steering Pump Replacement


Hi, I just replaced my power steering pump and I looked everywhere for a DIY guide, the only thing I found was the tensioner pulley removal which involves removal of the power steering unit in the shop manual, which was way too vague and incomplete, I will try to do do a better job in explaining but I'm taking who ever attempts this job is mechanically inclined with that said I will skip over the obvious parts such opening the engine access panel and removing the accessory belt (make sure you lo

 

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I'd like to replace the overflow hose off the power steering reservoir. I want to replace it with a hose that'll run down to below the engine. That way, any overflow will not just drip onto the top of the block.

Anybody know, what size hose it is?

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In normal operation I have never seen anything come out of that hose. I think it is more likely a vent rather than an overflow.

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