Honda Odyssey Power Steering Pressure Line Hose

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    About Honda Odyssey Power Steering Pressure Line Hose

    When you're driving your loved ones around in your Honda Odyssey, you want to have the confidence that all of its systems are running optimally. Should your vehicle's steering ability begin to falter, it's possible you need an Odyssey power steering hose replacement from AutoZone.

    You shouldn't have to put up with the mess, increased steering effort and risk of pre-mature steering rack assembly failure that comes with a leaking Honda Odyssey power steering hose. Making the investment in a new hose with proper fittings and well-made crimps allows for leak-free operation while restoring steering input to the vehicle. Use AutoZone's Same Day Store Pickup option to get started quickly when you order from us online. Feel free to consult the trustworthy advice provided by our helpful staff for any installation questions you have, and benefit from free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing at the same time.



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    Good replacement hose


    in 5 years

    Watch a couple of YouTube videos before tackling this R&R. Getting the old hose out was pretty easy. Take mental notes of how it's routed and the orientation of the hose end as you're removing it. Getting the new one in was challenging. After removing the old hose, set it and the new hose beside each other. Bend the metal tubing of the new hose to match the old one. Cover the ends of the new hose with plastic to keep contaminants out. Insert the new hose in the same orientation as the old one when you removed it. Make sure to route it around the various power steering and other fittings correctly. I had to bend the metal tube in a few places to get it into the proper final location. My power steering pressure switch wires were broken at the connector. I disassembled the connector and soldered in new wires to restore the function of the switch. The new hose works great.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Honda Odyssey

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    Bends Don't Line up with Mount Points

    J Kelleher

    in 2 months

    It works but it's not an exact fit. I have a 2007 Odyssey and you have to bend the pipe at the lower end to get it into place. Plus the two rubber grommets could not be screwed back in to the secure mounts at the bottom section. If I did it over again I would have paid the extra $60 for the OEM version. I am hoping this will last but I don't really know how much vibration is going on while the engine is running and how that will impact long term stability on it.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Honda Odyssey

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    Does not come with Rubber Isolators

    Matt Q

    in 2 years

    Excellent product with one exception as does not come with the rubber isolators. Would have been 5 stars. As described in older review had to carefully cut rubber and remove them and transfer to the new hose assy. Not a big deal but the only drawback. The 14mm flare nut matches the one removed which was good. It is tricky to get everything lined up, but I did thread the Flare nut in first just to be sure it did not strip so that may have made the other brackets more difficult to align from underneath. Just need some patience and it can be done. The upper hose bracket and O-Ring installed fine, recommend lightly tapping the flange with o-ring into the PS pump housing and then tightening the two pump mounting bolts in alternating fashion to prevent O-ring damage. It came with the small PS pressure switch o-ring which was great. removing the switch from old hose was a bit of a pain as the 17mm hex nipple has a very narrow head and difficult to get a box wrench on it without interfering with the pipe block. Used a very narrow adjustable wrench. all in all a good product and Duralast is like the Costco Kirkland Signature brand, you pay a little more but get as good as OEM at lower price.

    What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2007 Honda Odyssey