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My kids have inherited our 2005 EXL (198k!), The high pressure line developed a leak around the crimp, time for a new one. Any hints or tips? I'm not finding much searching. Driveway is a mess right now and I can't really get under it to look.

I am going to grab the Honda line (#4 in the diagram). I dont like dealing with an aftermarket part to find out it doesn't fit. Online the line is about $100, not terrible. It appears to come with the o-ring (23) too. Is that the o-ring that people change due to aeration/noise? I dont really see any other rings in the system.

Also does that PS pressure switch (10) come out ok or should I just get one with the hose? I don't want to tie the car up waiting for parts. I already have Honda PS fluid on hand.

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I have seen threads where the poster has said it’s a very tight fit on the other side of the high pressure line. I’ll see if I can locate it.
 
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Hope this helps you out.
 
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My kids have inherited our 2005 EXL (198k!), The high pressure line developed a leak around the crimp, time for a new one. Any hints or tips? I'm not finding much searching. Driveway is a mess right now and I can't really get under it to look.

I am going to grab the Honda line (#4 in the diagram). I dont like dealing with an aftermarket part to find out it doesn't fit. Online the line is about $100, not terrible. It appears to come with the o-ring (23) too. Is that the o-ring that people change due to aeration/noise? I dont really see any other rings in the system.

Also does that PS pressure switch (10) come out ok or should I just get one with the hose? I don't want to tie the car up waiting for parts. I already have Honda PS fluid on hand.

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I have seen threads where the poster has said it’s a very tight fit on the other side of the high pressure line. I’ll see if I can locate it.
I had a problem with my ps hose I took it to a place where they make and repair hoses they used my fittings from my hose and placed a new hose $40 took 1 day maybe you can do what I did
 

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Hope this helps you out.
thanks, it does. too bad the pics are gone.
 
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