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Old 07-09-2016, 08:39 AM   #21
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the one by the water pump that has the coolant bleeder on the top..runs around the front to the side under the throttle cant think of the name
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Ahh ok, I believe that is the coolant bypass hose.
If that is what it is I could recommend a new hose, but there is a 4" and a 6" listed, and I am not sure how long the one you have is.
They are only about 2.50 to 5.00, pretty cheap to replace.
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i,ve already fixed it...now i just have to fix the brake light switch..my window brake light works but not the main ones...i,ve had problems out of it before...have a new switch to try tomorrow
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Ahh great, glad you fixed it, let us know how the brake light switch fix goes.
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that brake light switch is a pain in the ***..harder on your body than changing head gaskets...about to break my ribs trying to break the old one out...the last one never would work and i had to wire the brake lights into the back window brake lights but then when you hit the brakes with turn signals on they would stop blinking...this switch is a dumb design...they should,ve left it like the older cars
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