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Heater hose on 1989 Honda Accord

I'm trying to replace a failed heater hose on my 89 Accord (I think it's a heater hose. It's about 8" long, and connected to the water pump) Anyway, I got the back clamp off but the one on the water pump is a spring type and there isn't enough room to put a pliers on it. I know something more should be removed to open up that area, but I don't know what most of those are, and everything is old and looks pretty fragile. I just need to know the best (and easiest) way to remove that upper clamp. Thanks Guys!

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If i remember right you need to take off the air intake hose and it should give you a little more room to get at that clamp. thanks for using fixya

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