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I am utterly baffled by how exactly to go around doing a power steering reloation

After looking at the power steering pump, I saw the actual thing i had to relocate, the black can, however it looks like only one hose is coming out of it

I have heard people saying that i should get a power steering off of a camry or something but I have no idea what year or model

Can someone please explain what to do
 

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P/S Pump

I had done this mod on my NA-T its easy. First get the top fitting off of a tt pump (feed side)and weld a 6 an fitting on it. Next get a tt resivor or someting similar and route the lines to it. I welded a 6 an fitting to the bottom off my resivor and located it next to the brake master cylinder. The return line will just have to be extended and clamped.
 

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About how long are the lines going from the pump to the canister? would you have a pic you could post showing your setup? interested in seeing it cause i am having a prob with mine. Also, where did you get the tt top fitting for the pump??
Thanks
 

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Fitting

I ordered it from Toyota, other cars use this type of fitting too.I will have to take some pictures. You might be able to see the ps pump in a tread about my intake.
 

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I ordered it from Toyota, other cars use this type of fitting too.I will have to take some pictures. You might be able to see the ps pump in a tread about my intake.
You can see the fitting on the ps pump if you look close(2jzge intake manifold tread). I will take better pics later.
 

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i see it... and you have had no issues with the power steering since this setup correct? its working 100% ?
 

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Well at least i know the canister can be relocated that far away then.... i was hoping that far distance was the problem i have but you just shot that down. haha
thanks!
 
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