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Volvo Power Steering Hose Parts

Volvo has been known for their concentration to quality and dependability since their early beginnings. They have created a huge vehicle catalog with up to date designs, all with a promise to keep the same standards they have always maintained. They have a great record, which has pushed the company into a auto industry leader, and more specifically, with their power steering hose parts and components. A new Volvo power steering pump is only as good as the hoses that transport the fluid from the pump to the steering system. These hoses are put through extreme heat and over time can crack, leak, and become worn. Power steering fluid is flammable, so if this fluid leaks onto the engine or the exhaust areas, fire can be the outcome. It is important to know that replacing your Volvo’s power steering hoses are not expensive, as well as not complicated. First, wait for your Volvo’s engine to cool and then put a container beneath the rear of your power steering pump. This will be used to catch the power steering fluid when the power steering hoses are taken off. You will find these two hoses connected to the back of the power steering pump. These two hoses link from the power steering pump to the control valve beneath your Volvo on the driver's side. Next, take off the lower hose from the rear of the power steering pump. Start by loosening the hose clamp by rotating the clamp's screw with a flathead screwdriver. Push the clamp away from the power steering pump and pull the hose from the pump. Let all of the fluid to pour from the pump into your container. FCP Euro has a prominent line up of updated Volvo power steering hose parts including, Volvo Power Steering Suction Hose Parts, Volvo Power Return Hose Parts and Volvo Power Steering Pressure Hose Parts.

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You are now ready to take off the upper hose from the rear of the power steering pump. Rotate this hoses nut with a wrench and then pull the hose from the pump. Let the fluid pour into your container. Follow both hoses to the control valve and take them off. Next, replace each new power steering hose to the control valve with your wrench. Position both hoses up and into the engine bay. Attach the larger power steering hose to the rear of the power steering pump. Do this by gliding the nut at the end of the hose over the valve. Then reattach the nut with your wrench. Attach the smaller power steering hose to the rear of the power steering pump pushing the hose clamp over the end of the hose. Continue by sliding the end of the hose over the nipple of the pump. Glide the hose clamp to the end of the hose where the hose and tighten it. You are now ready to add power steering fluid to the pump's dipstick tube. This is positioned in the rear of the pump. Finally, start your Volvo and turn the wheel back and forth a few times. If you are anxious about which power steering hose is required for your Volvo, FCP has a long line up for the Volvo brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.

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