How to Replace Power Steering Pressure Hose 02-07 Subaru WRX

How to Replace Power Steering Pressure Hose 02-07 Subaru WRX

In the video, 1A Auto shows how to replace a leaking or damaged power steering high pressure hose. The video is applicable to the 2006, 2007 Subaru Impreza, WRX.

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 12mm Wrench
• 14mm Wrench
• 17mm Wrench
• 18mm Wrench
• 19mm Wrench
• 10mm Socket
• 12mm Socket
• 18mm Socket
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Cloth Rags
• Gloves

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ittotaq says:

anyone watching this should toss out those brackets if you haven't already. You'll know which ones when you attempt this job

yoyo says:

What size / AN fitting and hose is that please?

bsfatboy says:

This job looks tough, i bet the blooper reel has a bunch of cussing.

K G says:

Anybody know the Subaru part number? TIA

Wolfy1091 says:

Wheres the part link?

youllnevergetmynumbr says:

You should put two or three of those extensions together with a pivot joint and try to fix the car from across the room

TakeSegi says:

How much does this repair cost at a shop?

Bill Winterberg says:

16:09 Is there any concern that the steel braided line might rub against the bracket over time, wearing down the braiding? I would have thought adding a rubber hose or some other kind of rubber wrap between the braided line and the bracket/mount would reduce friction and rubbing on the steel-braided line.

AJ's GARAGE Performance says:

Where can i get that hose ?

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