Question about 2001 Dodge Durango
I,m assuming you mean the metal part of the bypass hose. Looking at water pump drivers side is a small metal tube hooked to heater hose. The tube is bolted through a alum bracket. Remove bolt and pull tube out. May need to spray with penetrating oil as these corrode, and are stubborn Make sure vehicle is not hot. No need to drain coolant as it will come out of bypass hole. have drain bucket ready. Do not reuse o- ring as it will leak.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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