Slip a snug fitting vinyl hose over the end of each hydraulic line (only one hose shown in this photo) and place the other ends in a container.
Remove the DME relay and using the ignition key, crank the engine over for a few seconds while rotating the steering wheel back and forth. Observe the previously clear vinyl hoses to verify if any additional old power steering fluid has drained.
Fill the power steering fluid reservoir with fresh power steering fluid (Pentosin CHF 202). Crank the engine over again for a few seconds while moving the steering wheel back and forth. Verify if fresh power steering fluid has been pumped through the drain lines (Pentosin CHF 202 should be green in color).
When the fresh power steering fluid has ceased to drain, remove the four vinyl hoses previously installed.
Carefully reinstall the O-rings on the hydraulic lines. Apply a thin smear of Dow Corning MolyKote 55 O-ring lubricant to the O-rings.
Carefully insert the hydraulic lines back into the steering rack keeping them square and thread the fittings back on. Do not over tighten the fittings; the O-rings create the seal.
Wipe the area around the fittings with damp cloth soaked in alcohol. They should appear dry so that you can check for leaks.