Question about 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Temporary: remove the broken end from the hose, find a small piece of wire that just fits inside the orifice, spray the wire with silicone or wipe with oil and insert it into the hole and position it back where it belongs, using superglue to fasten it back on. Don't get oil on surfaces to be glued. remove the wire once glue is dry and put hose back on.
Permanent: find a new part at a parts store, scrapyard or dealer and install.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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