Question about 1999 Pontiac Montana
Easy fix. find where each end of the blown hose is attached and remove the hose. Go to the auto parts store with the old hose and they will give you a new one the same length and also two new clamps. ( I would actually replace both heater hose at the same time because the other one has the potential of doing the same thing). Replace the new hose in the reverse process you took the old one off. Make sure the clamps are tight. Open the radiator and fill radiator with water/coolant to the top. Should be good to go.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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