Question about 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD
No hoses, but possibly a corroded freeze plug. If so, drain radiator, remove plug with screwdriver and pliers. Take to parts store to get correct replacement. Clean engine hole, coat new plug edge liberally with form a gasket, install using a socket on an extension and a hammer--make sure it goes in square--not cocked. Refill radiator and take a joy ride :-)
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