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Old 30 Sep 2008, 06:55 pm
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Default Replacing Low Pressure Return Hose 1991 Honda Accord EXR

Hi, can anyone please tell me what tools i need to replace the return hose (low pressure) on my 1991 Honda Accord EXR. One side of the hose is attached to rack & pinion but I cant quite see where the other end is connected to...(I think it might go to the reservoir). Can anyone confirm this or correct me if i'm wrong? Thanks!
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