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Edelmann Automotive Fittings, Hoses & Repair Kits

Power Steering Pressure Line Hose Assembly by Edelmann®. Engineered by the company with more than 50 years of steering hose manufacturing experience, Edelmann power steering replacement hoses ensure OE-style form, fit, function, and long life. They’re built to withstand extreme conditions and are resistant to deterioration.


End 1 Type: Banjo


  • Highly resistant to stress conditions
  • Original equipment equivalent
  • Reliable functioning and long service life

Edelmann hoses are constructed to look, fit, and function exactly as the original equipment, and last even longer thanks to premium materials and design that relieves stress and eliminates tube fatigue. They are engineered to withstand stress conditions such as heat, oil, ozone, or pressure that causes ordinary assemblies to fail prematurely. Tubing is Pro-coated or terne coated and couplings and fittings are zinc-chromate plated for rust and corrosion protection. Pressure hoses feature double plies of high-tensile strength braided fabric that helps resist pulsation pressures up to 1,500 psi and bursting pressures up to 8,900 psi.

Edelmann® is one of the leading designers and manufacturers of a wide range of auto parts and tools, from power steering hoses to rebuild kits. The company was founded in Chicago in 1909, and 100-plus years of dedication to quality make Edelmann well-known and trusted worldwide. Edelmann's manufacturing experience started with production of anti-freeze testers, automotive brass fittings, and general products in the early 20th century. In 1960, the company began production of the power steering hose. A decade later, the Edelmann family added the Plews division and a new line of lubrication products including funnels, measures, grease guns, etc. E. Edelmann & Co. company was officially renamed Plews/Edelmann. in 1995.

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Edelmann make a commitment that the products, at the time of sale to the customer, meet standards applicable to uses recommended by the manufacturer. Edelmann products will offer best service when installed, used and maintained according to recommendations. If determined that a product does not meet these standards, the product will, at Edelmann option, be replaced, repaired, or credited. This is the exclusive remedy, limited to the customer’s purchase price of the product. Damage to the product due to abuse, misuse, improper use, inadequate maintenance, or failure to follow published installation, use and service recommendations automatically voids this warranty. THERE IS NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUDED TO THE EXTENT EXCLUSION IS PERMITTED BY LAW.

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Edelmann® - Power Steering Pressure Line Hose Assembly
Edelmann® - Power Steering Pressure Line Hose Assembly
Average Rating: 4.9 of 5
5 of 5
Love This
It works perfect and great price.
HPosted by (Menlo, GA) /
2001 Nissan Xterra
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4.5 of 5
Fits My 91 Lexus LS400
The hose fits well with no connection problems.
DPosted by (Montgomery, AL) /
1991 Lexus LS
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5 of 5
Excellent product. Easy to install.
FPosted by (Corozal, PR) /
2006 Hummer H3
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5 of 5
Quality Product
What ever you see on CARiD is exactly what you get when you receive it. Quality parts one accessories. I'm telling you this because I order from them all the time and trust me if they were poor quality stuff I wouldn't order from them. I own 12 cars and some are classic and when you own show cars you want nothing but the best and that's where CARiD comes in. Also the price is reasonable.
APosted by (St John, VI) /
2003 Suzuki XL-7
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4 of 5
Very Well Done
The product was exactly what I ordered, it was well packed and arrived in excellent condition.
VPosted by (Oshawa, ON) /
1998 Nissan Frontier
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5 of 5
Edelmann - Power Steering Pressure Line Hose Assembly
The mechanic said it is a little bit narrow than the original part though no problem or made any difference. It was easy to installed it. It works fine.
RPosted by (Port Hueneme, CA) /
1995 Infiniti G20
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5 of 5
Still no leaks.
It was so easy to install and no surprises with fit. Remember to reuse the rubber cover at the steering box as it does not come with a new one. As mentioned, this is the non-proportional pressure hose. Torqued down everything and checked later... no leaks. The small concern is the two O-rings that it comes... they were smaller than the originals, however, no leaks and so it must be all good. The plastic cap that comes with it is for capping the reservoir inlet while flushing the system. I will warn some DIY and newbies that it is a pain to remove the return hose from the reservoir without risk damage. If you are doing this in the cold seasons or if the hose is old and very stiff, you might consider having a new one and cutting off the old hose. In my case I vacuumed the old steering fluid out by running the engine a short while and pumping out the old fluid from the fill opening. In about five cycles the fluid looked nice and clean. Still no leaks.
JPosted by (Miami, FL) /
1999 Chevy CK Pickup
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5 of 5
Good Choice
I ordered this to replace the power steering pressure hose on my '98 Dakota. It should be noted that I needed to use an 18mm wrench to remove the OEM hose whereas both a 16mm and an 18mm wrench were required to install this new hose. Though the thread sizes are compatible, the head sizes were different. Do yourself a favor and get a set of metric crowfoot flare nut wrenches. The hose seems to fit well with no leaks. I also ordered the Edelmann 80258 as a replacement for the power steering return hose.
JPosted by (Baltimore, MD) /
1998 Dodge Dakota
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5 of 5
Thanks CARID
Appears to be a direct replacement for my 98 Jeep Cherokee. OEM quality. Haven't yet used this (installing a new engine), but I don't foresee any problems when I do.
MPosted by (Topsfield, MA) /
2000 Jeep Cherokee
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5 of 5
Good Buy
This part did the job and after replacing the old hose, and I didn't have any trouble with leaks after installing it. Be aware that taking the old hose off is extremely challenging on one end with the threaded fitting that seemed to have galled in place if you have had your truck for a while. I recommend cutting the old hose off right at the fitting. After that, I used a deep six sided 3/4" socket to remove the old fitting (it is a little larger than the fitting head which was an 11/16", but there was some metal that was still on the fitting which I had to fit the socket around). I tried using a small adjustable wrench at first so I could get that fitting out, but it never budged and all I ended up doing was almost stripping the head of the fitting until it was almost completely rounded off - so cutting and using the hex socket is really what I recommend. After that, use the steering fluid on the threads and dip all the o-rings you get in the fluid before putting them on to make sure they seal well. Getting the new line on where the fitting screws in at same place can be quite challenging but is not the fault of the line itself, it is just the way the parallel threads are made and you have to get it started with your hand. After the new fitting bites a little, I had to use the socket extension and a hammer to slightly tap the fitting so it would fully start to bite and start to thread correctly. If you have been using your truck for a while, just cutting and getting the old line out at the threaded fitting is really what is going to suck up most of your time. Good luck to you when you replace this line because it took me about 4 hours in all to just remove the old line. The Ford engineer that came up with this fitting needs to have their head examined. They should have used a swagelok type compression tube fitting instead of that flared threaded crap.
EPosted by (Strongsville, OH) /
2004 Ford F-350
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