I recently replaced the power steering pump and need this part to stop a small leak. Can anyone tell me the name of this?
The banjo fitting (AKA joint), the bolt and one washer you already have as shown on your posting. The sealing washer can be gotten at hardware stores; just bring along your old washer and match it up; be sure to specify metric soft copper sealing washer. You can also get them here as a kit:Thank you for the response, I looked up the part numbers and neither one of them was the actual part. Don't want to purchase another pump just for that specific part.
A common treatment for removing oil stains from concrete is a poultice. Used primarily on small, stubborn stains, a poultice is made by saturating an absorptive material (such as kitty litter, pool filter media, or sawdust) with a strong solvent (acetone, xylene, lacquer thinner, or MEK) and then smearing the material over the stain. Cover the poultice with plastic, and let the process of osmosis take over. The solvent will break down the oil, and the absorptive material will suck it out of the concrete. However, this process takes time.Also,
What do you recommend for 2 month old oil stains on driveway. I tried purple power with no success.