It's not all the time that you find yourself in need of a replacement Power Steering Line - Pressure to fix your automobile. Anyone who operates a Mercedes-Benz knows that when it comes to maintaining their vehicle only the highest quality replacement parts will do. Your Mercedes-Benz dealership isn't the only place to find trusted replacement parts for your R350. While it may not be difficult to find replacement parts for Mercedes-Benz vehicles, these days the necessity for nothing but the highest quality are required to maintain your automobile.
Believe it or not, but for a long time there was no such thing as power steering. If you suspect your Mercedes-Benz R350 power steering pressure hose has developed a leak, start the car and turn the steering wheel a couple of times. If you see hydraulic fluid pouring out from under the driver's side of the car or front of the engine, then you've found the leak. Without a power steering pressure hose, it becomes very difficult to maneuver your vehicle... especially at low speeds. That's because the power steering pressure line on your Mercedes-Benz R350 is responsible for transporting pressurized hydraulic fluid from the power steering pump to the steering gear. From there, the rack and pinion use the pressure to convert the relatively easy motions you make when steering to very powerful forces that act upon the tie rods... all thanks to the power steering pressure hose.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Pump To Rack