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At the firewall? or on the engine? at the firewall is a real problem

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SOURCE: Heater hose connector broken off in intake

If you had a welder you could slide the bolt into the hole tack weld it on and that tap lightly with a hammer and turn it out with the bolt. You want the bolt to be 3 or 4 inches long and just slide in one weld on each side and you should get it to come out.

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PUMP MUST BE REPLACED if ANY Part of it is BROKE, as this can Lead to MORE cracks, and Ending in Catistrofic Failure.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Strip it back and replace all the broken items/parts. New or good clean used parts. You do it or pay a repair shop. What is the problem or question. It is broken Fix it

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If all the vacum hoses are the same size, cut a piece about a 1/4"off 1 of the hoses, and take it with you to
the parts store. Give the piece of hose to the parts guy/gal and tell them you need a 3 way vacum connector. Some are T shaped some are Y shaped get both they're cheap. Use the one that fits best without kinking the line. Also if you have different size
hose to the connecter, cut a 1/4" off each.
Hope this helps. Good luck

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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SOURCE: heater hose connector at firewall is broken

Hi. I just had the same issue on my '99 Silverado last week. There are two connections for the heater hoses to the Heater core. One is white and the other is black. The Black one is available at any autoparts store for about 5 bucks but the white one is a dealer only part that the autoparts store guys will say does not exist. That is the bad news. The good news is that you do not need to use the dealer only part. The black fittings worked just fine for me. You will need to use a fuel line disconnect tool to remove the existing fittings from the heater core. These should run between 10 and 20 bucks for a set. Good luck. Joe

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