power steering pressure hose on 2000 Honda Accord

My power steering pressure hose is leaking and I'm set to replace it. The problem is that my maintenance manuals don't cover it so I'm a little leery about how to change it out. Should I drain the fluid first or just have a bucket under the hose when I disconnect it? Any other advice? Thanks.

by in Mesa, AZ on November 20, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 20, 2010
Go to www.autozone.com sign up for free for their repair manuals and follow the step by step for the best way to do this, and your set to go!
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