I replaced the high pressure hose like 2yrs ago like I said earlier in the thread. That was easy to find as the leak occurred where the hardline crimps the soft line at the top of the engine. Replacing the high pressure line though, man, what a PITA! And no, I'm not in the rust belt. I'm in SoCal. Wonderful weather just about everyday of the year. Mainly, I choose to go to snow, snow doesn't come to me. As far as I can tell, the leak is likely to be at the accessory belt area as the leak seems to be dripping from there primarily. For all I know, all the seals inside the PS pump itself are just done and the PS pump IS the source of my leak. Anyway, I'm curious to know what size hose I need for the process of evacuating old fluid from the PS system itself. I plan on capping the PS reservoir on the fluid supply side and using an coupling attachment to attach the PS pump out hose into a container to catch all the old fluid before installing the new PS pump. That's my plan, at least.