Question about 1995 GMC Sierra C1500
Pipe that is broken appears to connect to heater hose but a part may have broken off don't know what it looked like before it broke.
Biggest problem is getting the rotten fitting out of the intake manifold
Posted on May 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
NO , just replace the the gasket and exhaust bolt, just make sure you buy a stainless bolt, there not much more but they will out last the truck. and might as well replace the drive's side too since your working on it. Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
It sounds like you have covered the basics. I will provide a list of some of the more major things. I would recommend having the coolant system pressure tested, as well as a compression test on the cylinders. At this point, it could be one of the following. 1: The bypass hose (This connects from the intake to the water pump) 2: Leaking freeze plug or plugs 3: Leaking intake manifold gasket or cracked intake 4: Bad head gasket or cracked head 5: Cracked block Having the coolant system pressure tested should expose any external leaks. Having the cylinders compression tested may tell of any internal problems.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
May want to look at replacing the wiper circuit board.It is located on the firewall adjacent to the wiper motor and has a some what square black cover with 3 torx screws and wireing harness pluged into the side.We had a truck that every time you washed it the wipers would stay on until it dryed out.You can try removing it and spaying it down with contact cleaner just watch the brease on the two contact tips.Well hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
This hose is rather easy to install, But the real problem is getting the old hose off!! The connection at the heater is fun. I found it best to cut length wise and very gently peal the hose off. Very easy to create a leak in the heater if you get too wrough! Check all the other hoses as well.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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