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2010 and replacing hoses already? What is the problem? You can't figure out how to get them off or what? Maybe if you put a picture on it would help, are they a push together fitting like the fuel lines have? Maybe it would be best to go to the auto parts store, get the new one, take it out of the box there and ask them what takes it apart.

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