Vehicles are becoming harder and harder to work on and I don't care what vehicle it is. The Mfg's have made vehicles easier to assemble not easier to work on. Plus just think, each time we buy a new vehicle, many of us plan to keep them for many years into their teens. So, when it come time to replace some of the simple items, the whole vehicle has to come apart to replace the part that take only 15 minutes. I replace the high pressure P/S line in my wifes Lexus due to rust where the line enters the rack(in the wheel well where salt can attack it). Working by myself, crawling under the car and back ontop again and again. I had the whole air box and all of the plumbing removes from the engine bay just to get my hands a place to work. Finaly got the whole line disconnected and removed, took it to a radiator repair shop to have only the rotted protion of the line and high pressure hose bent and crimped properly($85) and picked it up again 4 hours later and started to install it the next day. While the P/S line was out for repair, I cleaned the throttle body, and tranny speed sensor and inspected anything that I had been curious about for some time. To make a long story short...17 hours over 3 days...Dealer or any other shop wanted $1600 to perform the whole job with parts. I could have purchace a brand new high pressure P/S line for ~$300 but, I didn't need the whole thing, only a part of it replaced.