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Old 05-12-2011, 04:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Help. Power Steering High Pressure Line Leaking

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My 91 M5 sprung a leak on the power steering high pressure line. It is pouring power steering fluid everywhere. I am looking for the part number and advice on buying a new. Also, any advice on the installation would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for all of your help.
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you can go to realoem .com look for for the parts number or check online sites pelican parts has just about every thing for a bimmer descent prices. cant help you with instalation unless im lookin at never done one
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Get your part as described by Westin, or get it off ebay...
Fit it and fill it, run the engine as normal, it will "bleed" itself... Thats why the reservoir is high!
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