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2001 Dodge Intrepid Power Steering Hose Assembly Sunsong

P311-2C91148    3403228  New

4782203AM

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Sunsong Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • ; OE Style Pressure and Return Assembly
  • Exact replacement of original equipment pressure hose and return hose assembly. The return and pressure hose are pre-assembled with brackets, providing easy installation and reduced labor time compared to replacement versions sold as individual hoses. Pressure and Return Assemblies are precision engineered to exact fit and includes brackets, grommets, switch ports, heat shields, bushings, and protective sleeves as required for to ensure that all wearable parts are restored to original condition. Pressure Hoses exceed original equipment performance standards with a max working pressure of 1,500 psi, a burst pressure rating of 8,700 psi, and a tensile strength of 1,600 lb. which provides exceptional durability and long life. Every pressure hose is subjected to a high pressure quality assurance test before leaving the factory, ensuring trouble free installation and operation of your new hose.
Brand: Sunsong
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2001 - Dodge Intrepid
Sunsong
2011 Dodge Caliber Power Steering Hose Assembly Sunsong

P311-3C03BAF    3403689  New

5105087AN , 5105788AL

Qty:
$70.66
Sunsong Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • Power Steering Hose Assembly
  • ; OE Type Pressure and Return Assembly
  • Exact replacement of original equipment pressure hose and return hose assembly. The return and pressure hose are pre-assembled with brackets, providing easy installation and reduced labor time compared to replacement versions sold as individual hoses. Pressure and Return Assemblies are precision engineered to exact fit and includes brackets, grommets, switch ports, heat shields, bushings, and protective sleeves as required for to ensure that all wearable parts are restored to original condition. Pressure Hoses exceed original equipment performance standards with a max working pressure of 1,500 psi, a burst pressure rating of 8,700 psi, and a tensile strength of 1,600 lb. which provides exceptional durability and long life. Every pressure hose is subjected to a high pressure quality assurance test before leaving the factory, ensuring trouble free installation and operation of your new hose.
Brand: Sunsong
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Dodge Caliber

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2000 Dodge Caravan-Interchangeable parts

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Question From jamieroden1 on 2000 Dodge Caravan-Interchangeable parts

Does anyone know if the parts for a 2000 dodge caravan (base model) would be interchangeable with a 1998 dodge grand caravan? any help would be very much appreciated!

Response From Hammer Time

There are some parts that will interchange for 10 years and some that change within the same year.

Response From jamieroden1

Do you know of any way i could find out what things would be the same without searching for each individual part? We have a 2000 caravan and found a 98 grand caravan for really cheap that says it has a radiator leak and a power steering hose leak, so i thought that maybe at least some of the bigger things would maybe interchange, and between the 2 we could have a really nice one :) and thank you so much for your response!

Response From nickwarner Top Rated Answer

Off the top of my head I want to say they would both work, but your best best would be to look up the part on OReilly, NAPA or Autozone's website for both vehicles and see if the part numbers match. With the power steering hose, forget new just buy a used one. This is a pain to do once, you don't want to do it twice. You'll also need an 18mm crowfoot flarenut wrench, various extensions and a willingness to lose skin from your knuckles. If any children are in the area you are working in, make sure they have earplugs so they don't learn as many new words for their vocabulary.

Response From Hammer Time

With the power steering hose, forget new just buy a used one.

You meant that the other way around, right Nick?

Response From nickwarner

Too much caffeine....ugh

Response From jamieroden1

haha, i will make sure the kids are in the house, maybe my husband and dad will have a little knuckle skin to spare! thank you so much for responding!

no rush job finished but wanting to know what trick i missed

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Question From mike hammer on no rush job finished but wanting to know what trick i missed

Hello car junky. I have recently replaced the power steering pump on my 97 dodge caravan 3.8 litre. All went fairly well and it all works well now but because i was far from internet access i was unable to ask if the way i did it was the easy good way. Is it normal to have to remove the bracket which held the pump in place because to remove this i had to remove the belt tensioner and to remove this I had to remove the alternater.all in all it wasnt too difficult but I wonder what simple knowledge I lacked to make the job easier still. Despite going well I must admit I busted my knuckles a record number of times. Thanks car junky no rush for an answer as it has been repaired and all goes well its just to satisfy my own curiosity. You guys are the best.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

WARNING: power steering oil, engine components and the exhaust system may be extremely hot if engine has been running .

CAUTION: Do not start engine with any loose or disconnected hoses. Do not allow hoses to touch hot exhaust manifold or catalyst.

  1. Remove the (-) negative battery cable from the battery and isolate cable.
  2. Remove cap from power steering reservoir.
  3. Using a siphon pump, remove as much power steering fluid as possible from the power steering fluid reservoir
  4. Raise vehicle on jack stands or centered on a frame contact type hoist.
  5. Disconnect the oxygen sensor wiring harness from the vehicle wiring harness. Access to connection at vehicle wiring harness is through the oxygen sensor wiring harness grommet in the floor pan of the vehicle.

NOTE: The exhaust system needs to be removed from the engine to allow for an area to remove the power steering pump from the vehicle.

  1. Remove the catalytic converter from the exhaust manifold. Then remove all the exhaust system hangers/isolators from the brackets on the exhaust system.



  1. Move the exhaust system as far rearward and to the left side of the vehicle as possible.



  1. Raise the heat sleeve on the power steering hoses to expose the hose to steel tube connection. Remove the hose from the power steering fluid return line on the front suspension cradle. Allow the remaining power steering fluid to drain from the pump and fluid reservoir through the removed return hose.



  1. Remove the accessory drive splash shield.



  1. Remove the serpentine accessory drive belt from the engine. Refer to Engine.



  1. Remove the power steering fluid supply hose coming from the remote fluid reservoir, from the fitting on the power steering pump. Drain off excess power steering fluid from hose.
  2. Remove the power steering fluid pressure line from the power steering pump. Drain excess power steering fluid from tube.
  3. Remove the power steering fluid return hose from the power steering pump. Drain excess power steering fluid from tube.



  1. Remove the support bracket at the rear of the power steering pump attaching the pump to the rear of the engine.



  1. Remove the 3 bolts mounting the power steering pump to the alternator/power steering pump and belt tensioner mounting bracket.
  2. Remove the power steering pump from its mounting bracket.
  3. The power steering pump is removed from the vehicle by pulling it out through the exhaust tunnel area in the floor pan of the vehicle.

Response From Sidom

Mike Hammer

Is there any relation here Desi???? Cousin? Uncle? Nephew???....

Response From Hammer Time

No, I don't think so...............LOL

Response From way2old

Are you sure the pics posted are for power steering pump replacement?? Can't figure how the brakes have anything to do with it.

Response From Hammer Time

This is weird...........

The entire page was copied and pasted from Alldata on power steering pump removal. All the text instructions are correct but the images are from something totally different. This is strange.


edit...

Even stranger, the pics all just changed while I posed this. They wsere timing belt pics when I looked first and now I see brakes. I'm going to delete them.