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I'm having trouble replacing the upper radiator hose on my 97 grand prix gt because the front side clamp is hard to get to and I can't get it loose. I've tried a screwdriver and pliers but it is a difficult reach...any suggestions? Please and thank you!

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If it's getting it off that's giving you the trouble, I would buy a new clamp and take some tin snips to the old one. A note of caution tho, putting it back on may be a job too as the Grand Prix is a bit cramped.

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