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My 2000 saturn has antifreeze leaking from the hose that goes from the thermostat to the heater core. It is leaking right at the clamp where it goes into the core, my question is how do you get the clips off at that point so that you can disconnect the hose to put a new one on? Tony R.

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YOU NEED HOSE CLAMP PLIERS TO GET CLAMPS OFF.

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