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2007 Cadillac Escalade Powers steering (rack steering pipes)
I have a 2007 Cadillac Escalade ESV, 120K miles. Noticed powersteering leak. I have replaced pump, Hi pressure hose, return hose, cooler, transmission cooler, and line back to actual transmission.
ALL of these were heavily corroded!!!
My question is, can anyone furnish the part number or numbers for the rigid pipes that are located on the actual power steering rack? Since I have replaced all other lines,hoses and these are obviously corroded, i want to replace them as well.
The quality of these hoses is an absolute shame. I have had this vehicle in Kentucky and it has not been subject to any harsh salt type conditions that would cause the extent of this damage.
PLEASE HELP, and telling me to go to the dealer is not what i am looking for in a response.
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