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Old 10-04-2006, 11:30 PM   #1
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Which port on power steering box is the high pressure side?

Which port on the box is the high pressure die the small opeining or the large.

I am mounting an aftermarket pump and making the lines. Thought I would double check before cutting them.
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Which port on the box is the high pressure die the small opeining or the large.

I am mounting an aftermarket pump and making the lines. Thought I would double check before cutting them.
The port closer to the engine is the pressure port on the steering box. Which is the larger port on the metric boxes (uses a saginaw fitting & O-ring).

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