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Water housing in 1994 pontiac grand am

Replaced housing and small link from skinny bar coming from around engine. small bar goes in side of housing but don't know what that bar is?

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  • pisspotpeter May 11, 2010

    Please clarify where this small bar went to, and why you replaced it in the first place....Thanks RC



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Small bar is a bypass line. (small steel tube)

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