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I just replaced my power steering pump on my 2001 Hyundai sonata (6 cylinder). I noticed that the hose (return hose maybe) has a pinhole init. It is the hose that lies near the bottom of the firewall. What is the easiest way to remove and replace the hose. There is limited space between the motor and the firewall. Please help!! I can't afford to pay someone to replace it for me. Thanks so much!! Jimmy

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