Ford F150 Power Steering Pressure Line Hose

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    About Ford F150 Power Steering Pressure Line Hose

    With proper maintenance, your F-150 delivers day in and day out, but any job is easier with a functional power steering system. Stop exerting extra strength on a leaky hose and replace the damage today using a high-performance pressure hose for Ford F-150.

    The aftermarket Ford F150 power steering hose from AutoZone is custom-designed for your truck's high-pressure system. When you allow holes to leak fluid from your lines, your wheel is a beast to turn. For bigger jobs like towing and hauling, a smooth-turning wheel is crucial to safety. Drive smart with high-quality fittings and a leak-free operation, and switch out your factory hose for a new F150 pressure hose from AutoZone.



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    Duralast Line not so good


    in a year

    I purchased the Duralast pressure hose for a customers 2007 F150. At first, it seemed fine, looked good, no installation issues. Two weeks later, customer calls and says their power steering isn’t working. When I check the truck, the connection on the new line had blown out and dumped all of the brake fluid. I pulled it apart and checked to see what happened. I thought that perhaps I hadn’t seated the line bushing properly and that was what caused the issue. I reconnected everything with a new Teflon washer and made sure the bushing was properly seated. Filled with power steering fluid and vacuum checked the system. I was getting a lot of bubbles and I thought, maybe there were a lot of air pockets. Upon starting the vehicle, the pressure line again blew past the bushing. I usually stick with OEM products, but this woman was struggling with bills and I was trying to save her a little money. I have usually had good experiences with Duralast branded products, but this one bit me in the….

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Ford F150 4.6L

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    Was not a direct fit


    in 2 years

    I had to bend the metal part to fit without been rubbed by the steering shaft

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1984 Ford f150