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For '71, Ford built the Mustang on the Torino/Fairlane platform, which meant a design change to Saginaw integral power steering. With that change came the elimination of two hoses, a control valve, and power ram underneath, with one pressure hose and one return hose to and from the pump. This is the pressure hose Ford used for '71-'72s. On May 1, 1972, Ford switched to a shorter pressure hose that continued through '73.