Toyota 4Runner Power Steering Pressure Line Hose

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Toyota 4Runner Power Steering Pressure Line Hose

Rugged and reliable, with a powerful V6 engine, your Toyota 4Runner takes charge when you take it off the road. But even though it's tough, off-road driving puts a lot of wear and tear on your vehicle. If you've got a leak in your power steering hose, head on over to AutoZone for a 4Runner power steering hose replacement.

A leaky power steering makes a mess and may lead to the pre-mature failure of your steering rack assembly. AutoZone's Toyota 4Runner power steering hose options are designed to handle heat and high pressure, and they include safety features that offer a defense against pre-mature failure. Shop online, then pick it up at the AutoZone store of your choice with our convenient Same Day Store Pickup, or enjoy home shipping.

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Says for 2wd but works on 4wd

Jimmy

in a month

I haven’t driven much on it yet but hasn’t leaked after bleeding the power steering system and holding it lock to lock and the Fitment is pretty good on my 95’ 4Runner sr5 V6 4WD auto. The spec will say it’s for 2wd but it’s for 4WD with the long hardline that runs across the engine bay under the radiator and into the steering gear box. When you order a 4WD the hose will come with banjo fittings on each end and will be way to short so make sure you bring in the old part to match if possible and then try asking for a 2WD one if the other doesn’t look right. Kept getting the wrong part at other part stores, not sure why but looked it up myself and found this to be the correct one.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1995 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4WD auto

I haven’t driven much on it yet but hasn’t leaked after bleeding the power steering system and holding it lock to lock and the Fitment is pretty good on my 95’ 4Runner sr5 V6 4WD auto. The spec will say it’s for 2wd but it’s for 4WD with the long hardline that runs across the engine bay under the radiator and into the steering gear box. When you order a 4WD the hose will come with banjo fittings on each end and will be way to short so make sure you bring in the old part to match if possible and then try asking for a 2WD one if the other doesn’t look right. Kept getting the wrong part at other part stores, not sure why but looked it up myself and found this to be the correct one.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1995 Toyota 4Runner SR5 V6 4WD auto

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Power steering line leak (FIXED)

William

in 8 months

Bought this for my 1999 4runner 4WD. Replaced my rack and pinion with an OEM one and found out my High pressure line was leaking from the bolt. I thought it was a rack and pinion neck problem, but just to be sure I bought this hose. When I installed it, no more leaks at all! Just make sure to install that rubber seal on the end. I personally like this design more than OEM.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1999 Toyota 4Runner

Bought this for my 1999 4runner 4WD. Replaced my rack and pinion with an OEM one and found out my High pressure line was leaking from the bolt. I thought it was a rack and pinion neck problem, but just to be sure I bought this hose. When I installed it, no more leaks at all! Just make sure to install that rubber seal on the end. I personally like this design more than OEM.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1999 Toyota 4Runner