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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The hose is only an extension to elevate the vent. Trucks have these so they can be braver about crossing axle deep water.. The plastic piece on the end is somewhat of a chk valve so the hose isn't open to dirt and road spray.It should be cliped to the frame to stay elevated.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The low side connectors are diffrent from the high side, you would not be able to connect it anyways. The high side has a bigger port that the low side, and it would not fit anyways.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
This is an easy $7.00 fix. Go to your local auto parts store and get a GM Heater Hose Fitting. I went to NAPA, part #730-5631. Cut of the old fiting with a hack saw blade, being careful not to damage the pipe from the heater core, put the new one on. Total time takes less than 10 minutes, make sure you fill your coolant resevoir.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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