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Noticed some leakage around the power steering pump, or at least on the engine-side of the hose coming from the power steering reservoir. My reservoir was not low on fluid so I assume it's very minor at this point. From the picture, can you tell what needs to be changed? Is it likely the hose or the pump? Thanks.

Edit - not sure how I uploaded the pic twice.

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Wow that's incredible info. Pictures, part numbers. Lots of helpful people on here.

I assume I should suction out the fluid first to try to keep it from running everywhere?

Can I get at that 10MM nut (pink) with a racheting wrench?
 

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Thanks. I'll look at it visually to see what tool I can get in there with. I think I have a very small 10mm wrench along with a smaller 10mm racheting wrench.

But I'll also clean it up first and see if I can figure out what it's coming from.

I had an axle replaced by Honda around 3 years ago, and their service report indicated I should replace my PS pump because it was leaking. At that time I didn't see any evidence of leaking fluid. Now that I do I was worried it was the pump. Hopefully just those o-rings.
 

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Going to drive by dealer tomorrow so I'll stop in and get the o-rings and some PS fluid. Looks like it comes in 12 oz containers. Is that enough to refill the reservoir after changing these out? I suppose I can ask at the parts desk but figured someone here would know. thanks.
 
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