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Used Honda Power Steering Hosess

All used Honda Power Steering Hosess listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for Honda from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Power Steering Hosess

The Honda 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 Honda 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 Honda Power Steering Hoses can be leakage caused through the perishing of the rubber hose and fatigue. 

Honda trivia

  • An accessory that didn’t quite land, the early models of the Honda CR-V came with an in-built picnic table that could be pulled out.
  • The first foreign vehicle that was ever manufactured in Ohio, America, was the 1982 Honda Accord.
  • Honda’s main plant in Japan is so big that it has its own airport.
  • With 5% of their revenue funnelled straight back into research and development, Honda has been responsible for groundbreaking new technologies that have seen widespread adoption across the car industry. The most famous is the notion of a practical four-wheel-drive vehicle, first seen in the Honda Accord in 1987.
  • Honda vehicles have shown up in a few films, most notably in Pulp Fiction when an SL was used by Bruce Willis to drive into Ving Rhames. Tarantino used Hondas in Kill Bill too, so he’s clearly a fan! Most car lovers will also recognise the Honda S2000 that was used in the first two Fast and Furious films.