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A1 CARDONE 3R-903 Power Steering Reservoir fits Ford Expedition 2006-02, F-150 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06

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SKU:
6426094
UPC:
884548230453
MPN:
3R-903
Condition:
New
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Weight:
3.00 LBS
  • A1 CARDONE 3R-903 Power Steering Reservoir fits Ford Expedition 2006-02, F-150 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06
  • A1 CARDONE 3R-903 Power Steering Reservoir fits Ford Expedition 2006-02, F-150 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06
  • A1 CARDONE 3R-903 Power Steering Reservoir fits Ford Expedition 2006-02, F-150 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06
  • A1 CARDONE 3R-903 Power Steering Reservoir fits Ford Expedition 2006-02, F-150 2008-04, Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06
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Description

Power Steering Pumps are often misdiagnosed as the culprit for noise or lack of pressure, when the actual cause is a clogged remote reservoir. CARDONE® New Power Steering Reservoirs offer the option of a stand-alone replacement as well as a complement to a full power steering pump replacement. Each unit strictly follows the O.E. design, includes a reservoir cap and is 100% tested to ensure proper fit and function.

Vehicle Fitment Summary

Ford Expedition 2006-02, F-150 2008-04
Lincoln Mark LT 2008-06

Attributes

Part Type
Power Steering Reservoir
Features and Benefits

100% testing ensures leak-free performance

Designed to match O.E. fit, function and performance

Manufactured from O.E. grade material for strength and durability

Resistant to cracking caused by the high temperatures in the engine compartment

Reservoirs with integrated filter have the same filtration efficiency as O.E.

First Application Year
2002
Color
Black / White
Package Contents
Reservoir
Material
Plastic
Mounting Hardware Included
No
Fittings Included
No
Mounting Bracket Included
No
E-Waste
No
FAQs

What caused my original reservoir to leak?

One common cause for leaks is cracking on the main body of the reservoir or hose tubes due to prolonged exposure to engine compartment temperatures and vibration. Check the outlet and fluid return hoses attached to the reservoir to determine if they are the cause of the leak.

Should I replace the power steering system hoses and fluid?

Most manufacturers recommend replacing hoses approximately every 4 years, depending on the use of the vehicle and condition of the system. The external condition of the hose may be an indicator for replacement, however it is best to validate by inspecting fluid condition and color. If debris is seen in the fluid and the fluid color is grey or black, the likely source of the debris is an internal breakdown of hoses. Refer to a vehicle specific O.E. service manual for steps on replacing hoses and fluid.

The fluid is foaming in the replacement reservoir. Why?

Foaming fluid is caused by air that is trapped in the power steering system. The air pockets must be bled from the system. Air that is left in the power steering system can lead to noise and cavitation of the fluid which eventually causes damage to the pump.

Where is the power steering pump reservoir typically located on a vehicle?

Depending on the vehicle, the reservoir can be located behind the engine on the firewall, mounted on an inner fender adjacent to the pump or bracketed near or directly on the power steering pump.

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