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Old 09-17-2020, 09:08 PM   #1
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Default Power steering line help

I need help trying to find what to do for the the low pressure return line off the steering gear. Is this something that I would have to make or is there a website somewhere that has them premade? My local parts store only carries the high pressure line, and cut to fit rubber tubing for the return, if i do the rubber tubing should i just try and cut my old line? Thanks in advance
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yeah it looks like the return side is not sold separately, it comes with the pressure side.. if you can not buy at rock auto, maybe a wrecking yard or send David29 a PM... there are different set ups, one had the banjo fittings at the box and the other was a screw in set up.. and pay attention to where your pressure switch is.. maybe this will help a little
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If you have a damaged line, it can be repaired with a new section and a couple of brass tube unions like you would use for household copper tubing.
Mine was mashed and cracked, and I was able to braze the crack.
Mine is currently spliced to a GM PS pump using brass unions.
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ok, so question number 2. The sensor on my pressure line had one of the wires broken and every where ive looked i cannot find another one. I found a similair plug but with a female plug end, but mine is male. Would one from a pathfinder work becuase that is the most similair one im able to find
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Would one of these work? https://www.summitracing.com/parts/s...ssan/model/d21
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looks like they used the same switch up to 96ish..4cyl, V6 used a different switch, Pathfinder also uses a different switch, I have a oe pt#49761-06F00 it may help tracking one down.. can the wire be repaired?
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