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I haven't looked up the heater hose on your vehicle. Usually I take a utility knife and split the hose, then peel it off the fitting. Jerking the hose around on the heater core end is not a good idea. Usually the hose will form around that fitting, use a utility knife, on the hose ends. You can take heater hose to auto store, show them what size and how long. You could have heater hose fittings that I'm not familiar with, I'd have to look at it, in that case.

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