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1992 lexus es 300 power steering leak. im not that familiar with cars but i think its a return hose from the rack and pinion. immediately behind the tire there is a 6 inch piece of rubber covering the line. and on both ends there are what appears to be clamps, both of which are rusted. i believe this is where the leak is coming from. are there any trick fixes? do i need to replace the whole line? can i do it myself?

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Yes you need to replace the line ,but go to garage shop

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