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remove both hoses from back of heater matrix join both together using a short length of copper pipe and two jubilee clips. that is presuming your pontiac is no different from any other vehicle. no picture required i hope?. cheers Ondrie.
the easiest way is to remove the pipes to it from engine bay and use a copper pipe to bridge the pipes, so you will need to cut the ends off and use some jubiees on the pipes to secure it to the copper pipe standard house hold size copper pipe, if you do need to cut ends off make sure you leave and inch and a half on them so you can fix them back on when the heater core is replaced or fixed. just to recommend i would fix the core as soon as possible
Good grief, what kind of water leak? In your car radiator? In the house from a copper pipe? Or a toilet, a sink, a faucet? All these leaks require different fixes. Let us know where the leak is from. Then we'll have a better chance of giving you the correct advice.
I will tell you this, if the leak is from a "pin hole" in a copper pipe in your house you need to get a water testing kit to see if you have acidic water eating away your copper pipes. If so you need to replace the copper pipe and then get an acid neutralizer ASAP. If you do not get an acid neutralizer all of your copper pipes will be leaking since the acidic water has been eating away at all your pipes.