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« on: 04 March 2017, 00:02:47 »

Anyone know the part number for the 2-pipelines that are visible in the front bumper when the bonnet is open if you know what I mean?

Seems the rust has won the battle and now there's a leak  ::)

Thanks in advance!  :y
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #1 on: 04 March 2017, 08:35:22 »

I found one pic in my files. Are you talking about this?
https://gmpartsdb.com/genuine-part/24425991_5951728__pipe_pressure_steering_gear.html

Steering in right side?
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #2 on: 04 March 2017, 13:41:51 »



This one  :y
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #3 on: 04 March 2017, 16:49:14 »

That number I do not have sorry to say. So your steering wheel is in left side?
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #4 on: 04 March 2017, 17:31:53 »



This one  :y
The site where you got that from has also got the exploded diagram for RH drive ;)
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #6 on: 04 March 2017, 18:01:06 »



This one  :y
The site where you got that from has also got the exploded diagram for RH drive ;)

Couldn't find that picture on google again if my life depended on it  :-\
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« Reply #7 on: 04 March 2017, 18:03:41 »

That number I do not have sorry to say. So your steering wheel is in left side?

 No no... Mine is a RHD car (UK)... That image was the only thing I could find on google to try and explain which part I'm after.

Can't say I've seen any threads on OOF regarding this part before, Can't find anything in the search box either.
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #8 on: 04 March 2017, 18:19:47 »

They do go rusty, think I've painted one of mine and smeared grease on the other (just carry on after you've put grease on the brake pipes!) My old DTi clearly had a similar problem as someone replaced the metal pipe with a rubber one.

Guessing it's going to be a dealer only part unless someone (Pirtek?) can make one up.
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #9 on: 04 March 2017, 19:00:00 »

They do go rusty, think I've painted one of mine and smeared grease on the other (just carry on after you've put grease on the brake pipes!) My old DTi clearly had a similar problem as someone replaced the metal pipe with a rubber one.

Guessing it's going to be a dealer only part unless someone (Pirtek?) can make one up.


Steering isn't a particularly high pressure system; so cut out  the rusty section of pipe, slip some suitable hose(sized correctly, oil and pressure resistant) over each end and add a hose clamp. Your local hydraulics/machinery supplier will have something appropriate.
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #10 on: 04 March 2017, 19:08:36 »

That number I do not have sorry to say. So your steering wheel is in left side?

 No no... Mine is a RHD car (UK)... That image was the only thing I could find on google to try and explain which part I'm after.

Can't say I've seen any threads on OOF regarding this part before, Can't find anything in the search box either.


I think Your picture is from steering wheel in left side. I cannot enclosure figures here but if someone gives me personal e-mail address I can send a copy of right side steering where the number I proposed is from.
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #11 on: 05 March 2017, 08:48:12 »



Perhaps I succeeded to insert picture here. Is it part No. 3?

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Re: Power steering
« Reply #12 on: 05 March 2017, 09:49:03 »

That number I do not have sorry to say. So your steering wheel is in left side?

 No no... Mine is a RHD car (UK)... That image was the only thing I could find on google to try and explain which part I'm after.

Can't say I've seen any threads on OOF regarding this part before, Can't find anything in the search box either.

http://www.catcar.info/opel/?lang=en&l=bWFya2E9PVZYfHxzdD09MjB8fG1vZGVsdHlwZT09Vjk0fHxtY29kZT09VlhNfHxsYW5nPT1HQnx8c3RzPT17IjEwIjoiTW9kZWwiLCIyMCI6IlZhdXhoYWxsICBPTUVHQS1CICggMTk5NCAtICAyMDAzKSJ9
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Re: Power steering
« Reply #14 on: 06 March 2017, 17:51:59 »

These diagrams / charts / blue prints or whatever their called are just a load of jiberish to me, I'd greatly appreciate it if someone who knows the part number I require for the power steering piping . I've tried explaining to a VX / PSA dealer to no avail. 
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