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Power steering pump return hose from steering box assembly diagram for a F250 ford

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1999 F250 diesel. POwer steering fluid "pours" out of the trk when the steering wheel is turned. Does not leak when at rest, fluid coming out between the steering box and frame....is the a hose inbetween there or is it a possible cracked box (bolts are tight on frame)

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