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It would be easier to repair the burned area in most cases rather than replacing the whole hose. Unless it is too short, which is rare, you can cut off the damaged portion and put a new fitting in the hose. That does take a crimper, but a mobile mechanic should have one in his tools. I don't have a hose diagram for this and not sure one is even available. One other thing to check is the fluid level. Once a leak like this happens, you usually lose a lot of fluid and when the level drops much the room won't move well, if at all. Check that first once you get the line repaired. Hope that helps. Please get back to me if you need more as all follow ups are included in our fee.
It won't hold without a crimper. And it should go to the same port on the manifold it was on before. Did you take more than one hose off?