1999 Acura 3.2 TL Power steering outlet hose/pressure supply line replacement

it is a pain to get those off the car, mechanics charge hundreds to do the job. but it can be done with patience and crow foot wrenches used to get the hoses off the rack where there's little working room

The end of this pressure line doesn't use a crow foot. The fitting is the same end to end. My question is. Do you have any videos on this particular type of hose (removal). This is for a 1999 Acura 3.2 tl.

Well jobs like this just requires one to get in there and just start doing it, taking apart everything that's holding the line in place. On some cars like the Ford Taurus, it requires a cradle drop to make it alot easier so that you don't go insane trying to replace the line. Don't forget to remove any bracket hold-down retaining bolts supporting the line and line pressure switch wire connector if it has one. Since it's not a crow's foot, it may go pretty easily to get the line off the rack, may still need swivel head socket driver and boxed end ratcheting wrenches to make life easier.