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The ends have a quick disconnect, with a lock.
Press on the lock, hard and pull of the fitting, it should come right off.

If you can't push on the lock hard enough to release it, use a pick to remove the lock to pull off the connector. If you are reusing the evap hose, replace the lock before sliding it on-to the line.

When replacing, add a little oil to the metal line to lubricate the o-ring inside the quick disconnect. Just push them on, they will lock in place.
 

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Thanks for the info! How about routing the hose itself? It looks to be pretty long and may be difficult to install but not sure.
By the way, this crack seems to be the only issue so I’m not sure I need to replace the whole hose or not…
 

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You could cut the split end off of the hard plastic hose and slid a piece of rubber hose over it. Might work as a Band-aid fix.
 
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