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Oil cooler hoses leaking (help!)

I have a 5th gen SH model with 185000 miles that runs great. I recently changed the o-ring in between the oil cooler and the block. The oil and coolant hoses are still leaking. It seems as though there is no way to access the lines to repair. I need some guidance on what to remove and how to access these lines. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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A link with a diagram to determine which part is where.

Now as far as going about doing it? Have not done it myself. So not sure if it's pinch type clamps or screw type holding them on there. But on my 3g car when trying to reach into tight places around corners etc an assortment of long needle nose pliers were real handy. And I replaced the pinch type clamps with screw type for ease of replacement later with 1/4" drive extensions and u-joints where that will be an easier way to release the clamp later.


^^ Hard to reach area tools.
It's usually a loooooong day when these babies come out.
The pliers were bought as kits at pep boys. About $25 ea set.
The long flexi swiveling bit driver was in the $5 bin at advance. One handy sob!.
And the long flat screwdriver/box end wrenches are from sears.
The carrying satchel was from sears. About $8 I think.
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