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Old 03-18-2011, 06:23 PM   #1
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does any one know where i can buy the steel heater hose lines that run off the engine to the heater hoses? one comes out of the intake the other comes out the water pump housing,. gm discontinued these and im having trouble finding new ones, could go to a junkyard but would rather use new thanks this one is a 94 bonny se
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is it leaking? mine was and i just put some jbweld on there and painted it, been that way for a while.
if its too far gone and you cant get it from gm i guess your gunna have to get a used one.
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i am putting a reman engine in it just wanted to go new fo avoid future problems, plus old ones a little bent from taking them off the old engine
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i dont know personally any aftermarket solution, i just know its a pain get little parts like that. i can tell you not all dealerships are equal. i was looking for a evap part for my 98 and went to a couple dealers that said they couldnt get it then i went to one that let me on there computer and i found it but i had to order a different connected part to get the whole thing. i think they do that to make haveing the part made worth the effort/profit for gm.
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Rockauto shows the hoses as available, but not a normal stocked item. Seems like it'* possible to pick them up.
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thanks i actually called rock auto since i use them a lot and they couldnt even help....thanks for your repy
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Maybe I misread. Are you looking for the pipe that screws into the LIM? If so, you can usually find those in the water/heater section of any parts store. You need to match up the threads and it'll work great.
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no not threaded pipe connectors these are the two long steel lines than come out of the lim and the water pump housing, the have a rubber o ring on one end and connect directy to the heater hose itself, they are probly 8 or 9 inches in length
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Ohhhhh those !.. Yeah, uh that'* going to be a tough one if the metal is bad. If you need to just do the rings, I would use a Harbor Frieght o-ring kit... but man the tubes themselves are going to be tough.
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yes tough, they bolt on to the head using a stud with a nut, so when u remove the its almost impossible not to bend them being in there 15 plus years doesnt seem to help either...thanks for your reply
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