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Replace coolant bypass hose on a 2004 impala. we can get one end in but can not figure out how to rotate it in order to get the other end in.

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SOURCE: 2004 Chevy Impala upper hose leak.

If it did not leak before they change thermostat, take it back, if its any kind of shop they should stand behind there work.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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in the upper radiator hose to the engine side of an elbow with 2 screws in there is the thermostat and water pump need to remove the fan belt clucht with the fan off the bottom hose that goes from the radiator to the pump to remove the screws remove the pump the pump clean the surface and install the new pump

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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SOURCE: how to replace heater hose bypass fitting on 03 impala

You need to buy the fittings first they are sold by a company called HELP motormite. Very common to go bad. You will need to buy or borrow springlock tool. Are sold seperately or in a set. What they are is a garter spring that will disconnect quick connector on fittings. The parts store will have them too.

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SOURCE: 2004 pontiac grand prix.

A intake hose line that runs from the top lower right corner of the intake to the firewall somewhers anybody know where it goes

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A plastic hose joiner and two hose clamps will do it. With the car COLD, simply remove the two connections from the heater core on the firewall, connect the two hose ends together, replace any coolant that drained out during the process, and check for leaks when the car warms up. MAKE SURE YOU MAINTAIN THE CORRECT RATIO OF COOLANT TO WATER, OTHERWISE YOU WILL END UP WITH RUST ISSUES IN VERY SHORT ORDER.

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Change thermostat on 2004 chevy impala?


first you need drain engine coolant down below thermostat. what engine type 3.8 or 3.4 need to know.the 3.8 engine thermostat housing on top intake follow top radiator hose to thermostat housing.the 3.4 engine you have to remove air filter housing with air inlet duct with mass air flow sensor.you have to remove throttle body with coolant hoses.go to auto parts store buy new throttle body hoses old ones will be hard to remove might have to cut two small hoses also buy new throttle body gasket also. before you can remove throttle body unit you have to remove accelerator cable and downshift cable from bracket bolted to throttle body.once throttle body remove then you can remove thermostat housing bolt remove replace thermostat.

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Hi. 2005 Impala 3.4. My water pump is failing for the second time in two years. Coolant flushed after first pump installed. Coolant flushed again six months ago. Pump is failing again. Thermostat...


WATER PUMP FAILURE COULD BE CAUSED BY WRONG COOLANT USE DEX COOL ANTI FREEZE.REPLACE THERMOSTAT AND BOTH RADIATOR HOSES TOP HOSE AND BOTTOM HOSE.SOFT HOSES COLAPSE LIKE PUMP HOSE.IT WILL COLAPSE FROM PUMP VACUUM CLOSING OFF SOME COOLANT FLOW.MAKE THE HEATER CORE NOT STOPPED UP IF SO IT WILL RESTRICT WATER PUMP BYPASS CAUSE EARLY PUMP FAILURE.YOU NEED 50/50 COOLANT MIXTURE YOU HALF WATER AND HALF DEX COOL DONT USE GREEN ANTI FREEZE USE ORANGE DEX COOL.I HAVE 3.4L ENGINE AND 3.1L ENGINE BEEN USING DEX COOL ANTI FREEZE SINCE I HAD BOTH VECHICLES. HAD NO WATER PUMP PROBLEMS.

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If the leak looks like it's coming out the 90 degree black rubber elbow then, this is a common problem.

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not hard at all drain the coolant, loosen or cut the hose clamps and remove the hoses,replace with new hoses and fill with coolant, then start car and when coolant fills the block add coolant to top off system and replace radiator cap, as long as your doing this replace the radiator cap with a new one

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I noticed coolant leaking from this small hose it is located in the area on top of the water pump. it seems to be connected to the engine block. it is L shaped,my engine is a 3.8 liter v6 in a 2004 chevy...


if the hose has a small hole in it, it is no problem to replace, any parts house can get you a replacement hose, let car cool, loosen clamps remove old hose, install new one

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