bill, i think there are only two lines coming out of the power steering pump, the pressure line (threaded) and a rubber hose. what small piece are you referring to? check corral.net, and http://www.50resto.com/
Mike, you won't believe what a PIA this is turning out to be. I found the hard line at the rack for the hi pressure line. Paid my $45 to Ford and installed it. NO more leak from it. Now I start it up and the hard return line at the rack is leaking. I'm real close to selling the car. Real close. I've had nothing but trouble with this car since I bought it. Do you know if anybody has gotten rid of this stuff and put some aftermarket fittings on their's. Like some new AN fittings. It is just the fittings. Where they screw into the rack. This is killing me. I wish I knew. This new part is $75 from Ford. You can forget the auto parts stores. There has got to be somewone that sells these items aftermarket. I give up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
in other words, what is your job? mine's pretty badass, i work at a 1/4 mile race track where i run a concession stand with two other guys. sometimes the owner will let me do a few runs down the track. we have a great view of the starting line since the concession stand is right next to it.
Going to start a thread on this here. I imagine that in the next few weeks and months, and possibly years there will be much to discuss on this topic.
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