I used crow's foot wrenches, on extensions.
You have to hold the 90 at the pump, or you'll twist it, causing it to leak.
RockAuto sells the pressure hose; and the 90 degree fitting, if you break it.
Unbolting the rack at the mounts gives you access to the bottom of the 90 fitting, but not really where the hose attaches.
This is one of the toughest jobs on these cars; I'd seriously evaluate whether or not you think the rack needs replacing as well, as you don't wont to do this again in 6 months.
I'd replace the rubber mounts for the rack, if you have to take them loose.
Tiny hands help, and short wrenches might help; doing it all with crows foot wrenches is kinda like changing the plugs on an engine after you stuffed it up someone's ass.
Some might disagree, but I doubt it.
I paid someone to do it on the second car; it was worth $300 to me not to fuck with it again.
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