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Old 10-22-2016, 12:19 PM
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Power Steering High Pressure Line ?

The high pressure line sprung a leak on my '92 E150 and i am not sure if this is the correct replacement part, can anyone confirm ?

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It seems to be the correct one. But if you're in doubt contact the seller or just do a web search on those part numbers listed in their sale.
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Went ahead and ordered it, same part number for several years, models and engines..
Looks pretty hard to go wrong and for $15 with free shipping can't beat the price..
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Which engine do you have?
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I searched it with all trims and engine sizes and it came up all the same part number.
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RockAuto lists Edelmann 70429 for the 1991 E-150 with the I6.
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