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Hi, Thanks for your reply, there are no hoses that I can see??
The West London place is in Shepherds Bush.
For anybody who's interested I've just had an exhaust built by Profusion Customs (near Heathrow) and can massively recommend them, fantastic company and superb, top quality exhaust.
Have you checked the fluid or traced to see if the hoses from the box go to a pump.
Was the west London place near Heathrow?
I recently bought a 1967 Ford F250 pick up from California. It has the 352 V8 and auto cruise-o-matic gearbox. I've done some work for the MOT and have had some done for me by an American car specialist.
The steering column runs into the hood, through a rubber coupling (which I've replaced) and then into, what looks like, a power steering box. Is it possible I have power steering which is not connected?
Any suggestions/guidance/pics would be very welcome.
Thanks in advance, enjoy the sunny Sunday everyone.
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