Question about 1990 GMC Sierra
At my shop we have seen this happen often. We take a hacksaw that extends the blade a couple inches out from it.
Carefully saw two opposite sides of the broken piece to the point of where the threads just begin to surface. Don't go too far! Then take a firm pick and gently pry out the two pieces.
We then go to our local plumbing store and get a threaded nipple and clamp a new heater hose to it.
Apply some teflon tape to the nipple
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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