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Old 08-01-2004, 05:45 AM
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Anyone With a 1992-1995 escort 1.9

I need your help. I recently purchased a 1995 escort LX 1.9, the guy I bought it from had just rebuilt a 1992 engine, and installed it, they're exactly the same. He forgot to bolt down the high pressure power steering hose down,Look at yours, and right behind the passenger side headlight,follow the hp hose from the bottom of the pump, it will connect to another hp hose, on each side where they connect, they are brackets (2). where do each one of the 2 bolt down to? I have a pregnant wife who drives this car, and the hoses have vibrated loose 2 times, and almost burnt the pump up with her, even thaogh I wire tied it down, so they should not work loose if I put them the way they go...Thank you very much in advance!!!
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I tied it back with a tie back, but I still need to know where the 2 braces mount....thank you very much....Chris
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