On a high pressure system its best to replace that whole piece of hose, it comes with all the new plastic clips and also has a part number right on the hose. You'll need a small tool to release the fittings. They sell them here at the store. You'll need one for any fuel and transmission line repair. The locking clip must be spread and the hose pulled off at the same time. You must use fuel injection hose for this type of repair. It's more expensive but the older low pressure hose leaks faster. You can temporarily repair the hose with a new piece but use the correct clamps for fuel injection, they are a different type.