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Old 03-23-2012, 09:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to order a part for my 2003 Accent, but I am having trouble locating one. I believe it is the power steering return hose(?) line(?).... It is the metal tube that runs down under the pump, then runs in front of the radiator, loops around, then reconnects to the reservoir. I know it is a low pressure line...

I just need to confirm the part name and number.

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Old 03-24-2012, 08:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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If it's the low pressure line, you can use anything that fits and can stand up to contact with power steering fluid - you should be able to buy this by-the-foot, just ensure you have the correct diameter. When you change hoses on these cars, make sure that you have all new clamps and other necessary fasteners - the OEM versions are very poor quality and will most likely break when you try to remove them.
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Old 03-24-2012, 09:19 AM   #3 (permalink)
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If it's any help, this dealer's parts page shows the parts with P/N's:
POWER STEERING HOSE & BRACKET. Fits: 2003 Hyundai Accent | Jim Ellis Hyundai Parts

There are actually quite a number of pieces which make up the low press return circuit.

As Alfons notes, you can use any suitable hose material for the flex parts.

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I haven't posted in 6 months and I haven't fixed the car yet...


I need part #15 on this diagram:

What is it and where can I get it?
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You could order from the dealer, or I found it here:
www.fourgreen.com - Hyundai/Kia - VERNA 00MY - TUBE ASSY-OIL COOLER - 5754125030

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funny story i had to replace that cooler line this year on my 03 as well, did you look at any auto wreckers? its a pain to replace, bumper cover will have to come out so headlights as well. the fluid is a semi-synthetic transmission fluid. when i replaced my cooler i got it with the rubber hoses so it was one piece al the way to the reservoir.
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I just placed my order through fourgreen.

Thank you all and I will be back if I have any issues with the install
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Why not order it from local Hyundai dealer ?? Part be a couple day away if in region PDC.. if it show up wrong or damaged, you not out anything, dealer take care of it..
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