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Power Steering Hoses

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by RayGunSlayer, Aug 24, 2017.

  1. Aug 24, 2017 at 12:37 PM
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    RayGunSlayer

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    I just recently bought a lifted 2005 toyota tacoma that use to go offroad. It has hydraulic steering on it right now and I'm about to change it back to power steering. One of the rubber hoses is cracked on the end and is leaking a little. I know one is the return hose and the other i the pressure hose coming from the bottom of the reservoir. What is the size of the hose that i need to buy to replace that hose. I looked to see if toyota websites sold that one specific hose like they do the return hose but they don't. They only sell it with the pressure line assembly and I really don't want to have to buy the hole pressure line assembly because the rest of it is fine.
     
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    Hydraulic steering is power steering
     
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    Sorry it has hydraulic assisted steering. It's not the same. Hydraulic steering is better for offroad and has a little more play in it. The hydraulic has to build up pressure to turn. Power steering is instantaneous.
     
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    I think some pics of this steering setup are required
     
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    I will later once I get the chance. My thing is are the two hoses coming out of the power steering reservoir the same or different hoses?
     
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    I have found the same on ebay as well but i am just curious about the rubber hose since that was the only part wrong
     
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    One is a pressure line; the other is a return line - fluid coming back into the power steering unit.
     
  9. Aug 24, 2017 at 1:58 PM
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    need to get transmission fluid rated lines, regular rubber wont cut it
     

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