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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-25-2018 Thread Starter
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Leaky Steering Hydrolic

So car is up on the lift to see where this leak is coming from, as always!

Seems to be from the cylinder Rack and piping. Waiting for Tech to tell me exactly what parts I need to order, but can any experts identify these?

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Steering valve and steering pump leaking

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What year is your mustang?

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This might be your answer. A complete rebuild kit from chocostang eBay store. Choc is a knowledgeable respected source of parts.
https://m.ebay.com/itm/65-66-MUSTANG...68?_mwBanner=1

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Thank you! Just concerned they are China manufactured, not sure about quality!

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Thank you! Just concerned they are China manufactured, not sure about quality!

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I would contact chocostang, the seller, and discuss it. He is a nice guy and not known for selling junk. He may also have another option. He does rebuilds as well. You may be able to ship him your entire setup and have him rebuild. I purchased a steering box from him and was very pleased with the process.

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