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Leaking coolant return hose to water pump on a 99 Durango

I rec'd the rubber O ring with the new water pump for this piece but there is no obvious place to put it. i.e. - no groove in the tube or in the WP. Appears to be a non-replaceable plastic O ring on the tube. Will this piece wear down to where I will need to buy a new tube or am I just blind to where the rubber O ring goes? Thanks.

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See Figure 6
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Fig. Fig. 6: Water pump mounting bolt locations
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Fig. 6: Water pump mounting bolt locations
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