The power steering hose connects the power steering pump to the cylinders that enables a vehicle to turn left and right easily. it takes a pressurized power steering fluid right into the steering rack and uses it to control a steering wheel's rate of turn. It contains resistant fabric cover and a patented synthetic rubber tube and is outfitted with standard steel reusable fittings. The power steering systems are made up of two hoses - a high-pressure hose and a low- pressure hose. Made up of a reinforced synthetic compound, the high-pressure hose has hose fittings that are usually double-flared compression fittings while the low-pressure hose may not use compression fittings due to the lesser amount of pressure that passes through it.