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Change my radiator hose

Ok I got one end of the old hose off but I am haveing a hard trying to get the part attached to radiator off is there anything I need to do besides loosen it

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Just keep trying I have had to take a knife or screwdriver and break it apart before.

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Dear Glen,
Your thermostat should be located at the end of the lower radiator hose where that hose is fastened to the engine.
To be sure, stop at a Chevrolet dealer or call one and ask them in the service or parts department.
Also, you can take a strong light and see if the hose is attached to a flange-looking part that could have a thermostat inside it.
You want to be sure so you do not take parts apart in vain.
If this location checks out, drain the coolant at the drain, or take a really large pan and catch it when you take the lower radiator hose off.
Glen, you may possibly find out this job may be too hard for you, as you may not even be able to see where this hose attached without major parts removal under the hood!
God bless your efforts.

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