1993 1.9 LX Wagon. Recently purchased a Power Steering Reservoir hose from Autozone: Duralast 80166. There was also a MasterPro 80166 from O'reilly and a Plews Edlemann 80166 (NPS 72854) from NAPA . The plastic bag the Autozone 80166 came in had Plews Edlemann as the copyright info of the Duralast bag it came in. I was hoping to get a molded hose to keep the OEM appearance of the engine bay. The other Power Steering Reservior hose has a simple 90 degree bend and not available as far as I can tell. Yes I purchased based on provided image pricing was about the same across the board ($11.99-$14.69). No local parts houses stock the item anymore and Amazon/eBay has same part # and images for around $20- $30. Maybe the premium priced Gates p# 360900 through O'reilly ($31.99 - "call store for details" usually = not available) or the same Gates part from Rock Auto ($16.72) would have been a better choice. That 360900 number was on the wrap around sticker of the hose I got from Autozone...will have to wait and see. Image (if it makes it through) is my review of product on Autozone: Right Bends & Wrong Diameter I purchased this hose for my 1993 Escort 1.9. Since it was the lower priced item (although only available in ship to home) most of the available images online used to represent the same hose at other parts houses were the exact same image. The image shows a slightly larger diameter end (on the left in image) and the correct bends as much as one could tell from a photo at the angle presented. Sadly the hose O.D. of the purchased hose (0.760") is the nearly the same size as the O.D. of the nipple (0.700") it is supposed to go on. The purchased hose I.D. (0.500") is smaller of the actual diameter of the nipple I.D. that it goes on (0.550"). The I am familiar with "expanding" hoses to fit, but that is usually with a closer overall fit than this hose is capable of. The I.D. of the hose on the enlarged end should be about 0.650" to reasonably fit over a 0.700" nipple. Power Steering reservoir is in photo on left. The upper nipple in the photo is the one the OEM hose (in middle) attaches to. The Duralast 80166 Hose is on right. Obviously too small. I absolutely discourage the purchase of this hose. Pros: It has the correct overall form...i.e. bends and length Cons: The I.D. & O.D. diameter of the hose is too small and does not match image. Only available in ship to home.