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Power Steering Reservoir install for Dodge Durango and Dakota

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Published on Jul 11, 2012

UPDATED! Details on the Power Steering Pump reservoir install on a 2000-2004 Dodge Dakota's and 2000-2003 Dodge Durango's with the 4.7L V8 engine. Affects CARDONE part # 21-4045.

Instructions:
1) Remove the reservoir from the original unit by removing the front and rear strap bolts (1:20)
2) Thoroughly clean the reservoir, be sure to flush out all debris and contamination (1:29)
3) Inspect the reservoir for damage and replace as needed (1:34)
4) Remove the plastic spacer and the original o-ring from the reservoir spout (1:38)
**If you do not see the plastic spacer, it may have come loose and is sitting in the inlet of the power steering pump (1:43)
5) Install the new o-ring supplied with the replacement unit (1:49)
6) Press the plastic spacer into the end (1:53)
**If the spacer is not used, a leak will result (1:56)
7) With the pulley facing forward, slide the reservoir along the valve body of the replacement unit from the right to the left (2:00)
8) Press the spout into the returned port (2:08)
9) Insert and tighten the front and rear strap bolts (2:11)

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At CARDONE we cannot guarantee against improper interpretation or application of the information we present in this video. You should always follow the enclosed safety guidelines, consult your OE repair manual for correct specifications when performing any install or repair procedure. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user, and not of CARDONE Industries.

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