Q: I can not gain access to hose that has a split in it,

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coolant leak in rubber hose located beneath linkage cables, in the area of the brake fluid reservoir. What I want to know is what hose this is , where it goes and what I have to remove to gain impossible access to it. a diagram/picture parts list etc would be helpful.

My car has 280000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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