Question about 1995 GMC Suburban
Sorry but its very likely those threads are still stuck in your engine. GM used Plastic, Steel and Cast parts, the most common being a steel that rusts away and gives you the result you now have. You might get lucky removing the broken remains yourself. If you can reach it, you may try an extractor or "easy-out" which is a reverse threaded tool to try and back out the part. however, these are never in an easy to reach location, and more careful extraction may be needed. In that case do not attempt it yourself unless you are very mechanically oriented. you can easily damage your engine block or intake (depending upon where its located). Also note: if the fitting is corroded, so will many other parts in your engine such as the freeze plugs and other fittings. Consider checking these items out as well before big problems arise.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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