Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Remove the two hoses that go into the firewall and simply put a piece of copper pipe between them. The hoses are different sizes so you need to use strap screw clamps to tighten it up.(I hate the spring steel ones they use anyhow...any time you work on the cooling system hoses, replace them. Easier to remove the screw type if stuck on the road without special tools, especially if when you put them on you position them so you can get to them)
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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