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Old 03-23-2018, 01:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys don't know if I'm in the right posts or not . I'm new here. I have a 2002 jeep liberty sport 4x4 3.7 V6 I've had my Power Steering Pressure Sensor replaced twice already by a mechanic and it still leaks. Anyone have a solution or a part number where i can purchase one of great quality. Also is it a messy job to do myself if i change it out??what are the steps i should take if i do it myself? anything helps thanks guys
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try changing out to a mopar o-ring or a nitrile one
P/n 05205254

1. empty out reservoir
2. replace sensor
3. refill reservoir
4. jack front up
5. turn steering wheel from lock to lock
6. refill reservoir as needed
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Originally Posted by uss2defiant View Post
try changing out to a mopar o-ring or a nitrile one
P/n 05205254

1. empty out reservoir
2. replace sensor
3. refill reservoir
4. jack front up
5. turn steering wheel from lock to lock
6. refill reservoir as needed
ill give this a try tonight after work. I've never taken the O-ring off any idea what size ring i should replace it with?
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sorry, i don't know the size.

You could buy the high pressure line from your LAP then measure the o-ring then return it I suppose.
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