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This is from a service bulletin. Sorry that there are no pictures, even though it references Figure 3 for the correct way to wrap the hose in place. I would say to pay close attention to where it is now, maybe even take a picture for yourself.
 
 
REPLACE POWER STEERING HOSE:
 
1. Cut 850 mm (33.5 in.) of power steering hose (p/n 05135964AA) or equivalent.
 
2. Cut 790 mm (31 in.) of 15.9mm (5/8 in.) or 17.5 mm (11/16 in.) convolute tubing. Place
the
the convolute tubing around the power steering hose.
2. Cut 790 mm (31 in.) of 15.9mm (5/8 in.) or 17.5 mm (11/16 in.) convolute tubing. Place
the
the convolute tubing around the power steering hose.
 
3. Open hood and remove the power steering reservoir cap.
 
4. Raise the vehicle on an appropriate hoist.
 
5. Locate the power steering cooler attached to the crossmember support. Remove the
forward
forward (closest to front of vehicle) hose from the cooler and tube. Drain the power
steering
steering fluid in an appropriate container.
5. Locate the power steering cooler attached to the crossmember support. Remove the
forward
forward (closest to front of vehicle) hose from the cooler and tube. Drain the power
steering
steering fluid in an appropriate container.
 
6. Remove the two tension clamps from the removed hose and install on the new power
steering
steering return hose.
6. Remove the two tension clamps from the removed hose and install on the new power
steering
steering return hose.
 
7. Install the new hose and tension clamp onto the power steering cooler.
 
8. Wrap the hose clockwise around the perimeter and on top of the power steering cooler
as
as shown in (Fig. 3). Install the hose and tension clamp to the power steering return
tube.
tube.
8. Wrap the hose clockwise around the perimeter and on top of the power steering cooler
as
as shown in (Fig. 3). Install the hose and tension clamp to the power steering return
tube.
tube.
 
Fig. 3 HOSE ROUTING - STANDARD COOLER ON LEFT, H/D COOLER ON RIGHT
 
1 - COOLER RETURN TUBE (CLOSEST TO FRONT OF

VEHICLE
VEHICLE)
1 - COOLER RETURN TUBE (CLOSEST TO FRONT OF

VEHICLE
VEHICLE)
 
4 - TIE STRAP LOCATIONS
 
2 - RETURN TUBE TO RESERVOIR 5 - POWER STEERING COOLER
 
3 - CROSSMEMBER SUPPORT 6 - POWER STEERING COOLER HOSE (ROUTE CLOCKWISE)
 
9. Use two tie straps to strap the return hose to the power steering cooler and pressure

steering
steering hose shown in (Fig. 3).
9. Use two tie straps to strap the return hose to the power steering cooler and pressure

steering
steering hose shown in (Fig. 3).
 
10. Lower vehicle and open hood.
 
11. Proceed to “Steering/Pump - Standard Procedure”.
 
-5- 19-006-05
 
STEERING/PUMP - STANDARD PROCEDURE
 
WARNING:FLUID LEVEL SHOULD BE CHECKED AND ADJUSTED WITH ENGINE
OFF
OFF TO PREVENT INJURY FROM MOVING ENGINE COMPONENTS.
WARNING:FLUID LEVEL SHOULD BE CHECKED AND ADJUSTED WITH ENGINE
OFF
OFF TO PREVENT INJURY FROM MOVING ENGINE COMPONENTS.
 
CAUTION: Use only Mopar® ATF+4 Automatic Transmission Fluid (MS-9602) in
power
power steering system. Use of other Mopar® power steering fluids
(MS5931
(MS5931 and MS9933) should be avoided to ensure peak performance of
the
the power steering system under all operating conditions. Do not overfill.
Read
Read the fluid level through the side of the power steering fluid reservoir. The fluid level
should
should be within “FILL RANGE” when the fluid is at a temperature of approximately 21°C
to
to 27°C (70°F to 80°F).
CAUTION: Use only Mopar® ATF+4 Automatic Transmission Fluid (MS-9602) in
power
power steering system. Use of other Mopar® power steering fluids
(MS5931
(MS5931 and MS9933) should be avoided to ensure peak performance of
the
the power steering system under all operating conditions. Do not overfill.
Read
Read the fluid level through the side of the power steering fluid reservoir. The fluid level
should
should be within “FILL RANGE” when the fluid is at a temperature of approximately 21°C
to
to 27°C (70°F to 80°F).
 
1. Wipe the filler cap and area clean, then remove the cap.
 
2. Fill the fluid reservoir to the proper level and let the fluid settle for at least two (2)
minutes
minutes.
2. Fill the fluid reservoir to the proper level and let the fluid settle for at least two (2)
minutes
minutes.
 
3. Start the engine and let run for a few seconds, then turn the engine off.
 
4. Add fluid if necessary. Repeat the above steps until the fluid level remains constant
after
after running the engine.
4. Add fluid if necessary. Repeat the above steps until the fluid level remains constant
after
after running the engine.
 
5. Raise the front wheels off the ground.
 
6. Start the engine.
 
7. Slowly turn the steering wheel right and left, lightly contacting the wheel stops.
 
8. Add fluid if necessary.
 
9. Lower the vehicle, then turn the steering wheel slowly from lock-to-lock.
 
10. Stop the engine. Check the fluid level and refill as required.
 
11. If the fluid is extremely foamy, allow the vehicle to stabilize a few minutes, then repeat
the
the above procedure.
11. If the fluid is extremely foamy, allow the vehicle to stabilize a few minutes, then repeat
the
the above procedure.

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Отредактировано: David Hodson ,

Текст:

This is from a service bulletin. Sorry that there are no pictures, even though it references Figure 3 for the correct way to wrap the hose in place. I would say to pay close attention to where it is now, maybe even take a picture for yourself.
 
 
REPLACE POWER STEERING HOSE:
 
1. Cut 850 mm (33.5 in.) of power steering hose (p/n 05135964AA) or equivalent.
 
2. Cut 790 mm (31 in.) of 15.9mm (5/8 in.) or 17.5 mm (11/16 in.) convolute tubing. Place
 
the convolute tubing around the power steering hose.
 
3. Open hood and remove the power steering reservoir cap.
 
4. Raise the vehicle on an appropriate hoist.
 
5. Locate the power steering cooler attached to the crossmember support. Remove the
 
forward (closest to front of vehicle) hose from the cooler and tube. Drain the power
 
steering fluid in an appropriate container.
 
6. Remove the two tension clamps from the removed hose and install on the new power
 
steering return hose.
 
7. Install the new hose and tension clamp onto the power steering cooler.
 
8. Wrap the hose clockwise around the perimeter and on top of the power steering cooler
 
as shown in (Fig. 3). Install the hose and tension clamp to the power steering return
tube.
 
tube.
 
Fig. 3 HOSE ROUTING - STANDARD COOLER ON LEFT, H/D COOLER ON RIGHT
 
1 - COOLER RETURN TUBE (CLOSEST TO FRONT OF
 
VEHICLE)
 
4 - TIE STRAP LOCATIONS
 
2 - RETURN TUBE TO RESERVOIR 5 - POWER STEERING COOLER
 
3 - CROSSMEMBER SUPPORT 6 - POWER STEERING COOLER HOSE (ROUTE CLOCKWISE)
 
9. Use two tie straps to strap the return hose to the power steering cooler and pressure
 
steering hose shown in (Fig. 3).
 
10. Lower vehicle and open hood.
 
11. Proceed to “Steering/Pump - Standard Procedure”.
 
-5- 19-006-05
 
STEERING/PUMP - STANDARD PROCEDURE
 
WARNING:FLUID LEVEL SHOULD BE CHECKED AND ADJUSTED WITH ENGINE
 
OFF TO PREVENT INJURY FROM MOVING ENGINE COMPONENTS.
 
CAUTION: Use only Mopar® ATF+4 Automatic Transmission Fluid (MS-9602) in
 
power steering system. Use of other Mopar® power steering fluids
 
(MS5931 and MS9933) should be avoided to ensure peak performance of
 
the power steering system under all operating conditions. Do not overfill.
 
Read the fluid level through the side of the power steering fluid reservoir. The fluid level
 
should be within “FILL RANGE” when the fluid is at a temperature of approximately 21°C
 
to 27°C (70°F to 80°F).
 
1. Wipe the filler cap and area clean, then remove the cap.
 
2. Fill the fluid reservoir to the proper level and let the fluid settle for at least two (2)
 
minutes.
 
3. Start the engine and let run for a few seconds, then turn the engine off.
 
4. Add fluid if necessary. Repeat the above steps until the fluid level remains constant
 
after running the engine.
 
5. Raise the front wheels off the ground.
 
6. Start the engine.
 
7. Slowly turn the steering wheel right and left, lightly contacting the wheel stops.
 
8. Add fluid if necessary.
 
9. Lower the vehicle, then turn the steering wheel slowly from lock-to-lock.
 
10. Stop the engine. Check the fluid level and refill as required.
 
11. If the fluid is extremely foamy, allow the vehicle to stabilize a few minutes, then repeat
 
the above procedure.

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Оригинальный сообщение: David Hodson ,

Текст:

This is from a service bulletin. Sorry that there are no pictures, even though it references Figure 3 for the correct way to wrap the hose in place. I would say to pay close attention to where it is now, maybe even take a picture for yourself.

REPLACE POWER STEERING HOSE:

1. Cut 850 mm (33.5 in.) of power steering hose (p/n 05135964AA) or equivalent.

2. Cut 790 mm (31 in.) of 15.9mm (5/8 in.) or 17.5 mm (11/16 in.) convolute tubing. Place

the convolute tubing around the power steering hose.

3. Open hood and remove the power steering reservoir cap.

4. Raise the vehicle on an appropriate hoist.

5. Locate the power steering cooler attached to the crossmember support. Remove the

forward (closest to front of vehicle) hose from the cooler and tube. Drain the power

steering fluid in an appropriate container.

6. Remove the two tension clamps from the removed hose and install on the new power

steering return hose.

7. Install the new hose and tension clamp onto the power steering cooler.

8. Wrap the hose clockwise around the perimeter and on top of the power steering cooler

as shown in (Fig. 3). Install the hose and tension clamp to the power steering return

tube.

Fig. 3 HOSE ROUTING - STANDARD COOLER ON LEFT, H/D COOLER ON RIGHT

1 - COOLER RETURN TUBE (CLOSEST TO FRONT OF

VEHICLE)

4 - TIE STRAP LOCATIONS

2 - RETURN TUBE TO RESERVOIR 5 - POWER STEERING COOLER

3 - CROSSMEMBER SUPPORT 6 - POWER STEERING COOLER HOSE (ROUTE CLOCKWISE)

9. Use two tie straps to strap the return hose to the power steering cooler and pressure

steering hose shown in (Fig. 3).

10. Lower vehicle and open hood.

11. Proceed to “Steering/Pump - Standard Procedure”.

-5- 19-006-05

STEERING/PUMP - STANDARD PROCEDURE

WARNING:FLUID LEVEL SHOULD BE CHECKED AND ADJUSTED WITH ENGINE

OFF TO PREVENT INJURY FROM MOVING ENGINE COMPONENTS.

CAUTION: Use only Mopar® ATF+4 Automatic Transmission Fluid (MS-9602) in

power steering system. Use of other Mopar® power steering fluids

(MS5931 and MS9933) should be avoided to ensure peak performance of

the power steering system under all operating conditions. Do not overfill.

Read the fluid level through the side of the power steering fluid reservoir. The fluid level

should be within “FILL RANGE” when the fluid is at a temperature of approximately 21°C

to 27°C (70°F to 80°F).

1. Wipe the filler cap and area clean, then remove the cap.

2. Fill the fluid reservoir to the proper level and let the fluid settle for at least two (2)

minutes.

3. Start the engine and let run for a few seconds, then turn the engine off.

4. Add fluid if necessary. Repeat the above steps until the fluid level remains constant

after running the engine.

5. Raise the front wheels off the ground.

6. Start the engine.

7. Slowly turn the steering wheel right and left, lightly contacting the wheel stops.

8. Add fluid if necessary.

9. Lower the vehicle, then turn the steering wheel slowly from lock-to-lock.

10. Stop the engine. Check the fluid level and refill as required.

11. If the fluid is extremely foamy, allow the vehicle to stabilize a few minutes, then repeat

the above procedure.

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