Used BMW Power Steering Hosess
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About Power Steering Hosess
The BMW Power Steering Hoses are a set of flexible high pressure hydraulic hoses.
These hoses deliver and return hydraulic fluid in the power assisted steering system allowing easy turning of the steering wheel to turn the front wheels.
The location of the hoses is spread over the front axle of the steering front wheels connecting rigid piping to moving parts of the steering system. The BMW Power Steering Hoses connect the power steering components including the pump, the steering gear, the fluid reservoir and the fluid cooler.
Causes for the requirement for replacement of BMW Power Steering Hoses can be leakage caused through the perishing of the rubber hose and fatigue.
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