When I had that problem with my Concorde I was able to re crimp the line to make it stop. If its leaking at the Crimp,(connection between rubber hose and pipe) you could also carefully cut the metal sleeve that crimped on and just use regular hose clamps. Another option is to go to the hardware store and buy clamps to go over that sleeve. They look like muffler clamps but they come in diameters from 1/4" and up. You probably need something around an inch. Find the tightest fitting one and tighten it up. They usually cost about a buck or two, and should last as long as the hose does. Oh, with the clamps, it may be a good idea to use two and rotate them 90deg to get the best seal, but you may not need it.