Question about 1994 Mazda 323
Not sure of proper terminology, seems to be a steel tube going back thru the firewall. seems to be some sort of sleeve setup on the end of it, the end of which has snapped off inside the rubber coolant hose.
If you want a cheap fix and you don't use the heater at all... unhook the other hose and join the two together with a fitting and two hose clamps.... if you want to fix it properly... yes you need to replace the core... the pipe is broken off completely... or just the hose ?
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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