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Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely, we can rebuild and return it to you. Most custom repairs are completed within 24 hours. The costs are generally very similar to providing an exchange unit and a cost of repair will be quoted prior to any work being performed.

There are many factors that influence steering feedback. Some modifications can adjust road feel but are dependent on vehicle spec (tires, weight etc.) Please contact your nearest Hydra-Steer for recommendations.

We do not recommend this type of oil additive as it swells rubber components to help “seal” the leak. This type of additive can potentially cause problems with other components in the steering system.

Yes, over time contaminants build up in the steering system. This debris could cause premature failure of repaired components. A complete flush and fill is recommended after every component change.

Prices vary depending on model. Please contact your nearest Hydra-Steer for more information.

Heavy truck applications require a pressure relief or poppet adjustment when installed on the vehicle. This procedure varies based on brand and style. Please contact your nearest Hydra-Steer for instructions.

*Automotive applications do not require this adjustment.

If the system was run low on fluid, or the wheels were turned when the pump was not running (as is sometimes done during repairs), air becomes trapped in the power steering system. It is this trapped air that is causing your fluid to foam and overflow when the vehicle is shut off.

A rebuilt unit is one that has been completely stripped, cleaned and inspected. All worn components are replaced with O.E. quality parts, rebuilt by a trained technician and tested to ensure they meet OEM specifications.

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Always follow OEM recommendations for oil type.

Yes, damage can occur very quickly if pumps are operated with little or no fluid in the reservoir.

No, you will always have steering but it may have a heavy/manual feel.