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Username Post: Put it out a broken Heater Hose Connector SUBURBAN `99        (Topic#233571)
crisman 
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01-15-10 08:33 AM - Post#1842754    

Hi guys I usually post in the 1949-1954 forum but now I need your advice.






I have a 1999 suburban and yesterday i was looking for a colling leak and when i move the heater hose I found the problem because the heater hose connector broke And now my problem is that the screw part of heater connector is in the intake manifloid I spray a lot of DW40 on it an use an extractor tool and try to rotate out but its too tight; can someone have any advise to take out the broken heater hose connector??? I dont want to hurt the intake using bruting force jejeje

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EN ESTA VIDA HAY QUE SER AMIGO DE DIOS Y DEL DIABLO >:p


 
black95jimmy 
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01-15-10 09:14 AM - Post#1842779    
    In response to crisman

Depending on the pipe size, I have used a hack saw blade and cut the old pipe long ways in two places and then took a chisel or screw driver and knocked it out.

careful with the cuttings though!
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01-15-10 09:48 AM - Post#1842796    
    In response to black95jimmy

what he said
if you can get a small blade in there and cut just enough out before you get into the threads and then hit it with a hammer and pointy object you should be able to collapse it in and it will come right out
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01-15-10 11:22 AM - Post#1842832    
    In response to crisman

If you go to a dealer ask for part# 24503681 that's a steel replacement,shouldn't have that problem again.That's all we use here at the GMC dealership.
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crisman 
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01-17-10 06:41 PM - Post#1844180    
    In response to rcr3

Heyyy guysss thanks for the help, today with more DW40 and the extractor tool i can be able to take out the broken part

But never ends jejejee now the water pump is leaking so in this week Im going to change it,,, any thing to worry about the replacement or trick on the unbolt of the old waterpump.

crisman
EN ESTA VIDA HAY QUE SER AMIGO DE DIOS Y DEL DIABLO >:p


 
black95jimmy 
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01-18-10 05:25 AM - Post#1844351    
    In response to crisman

Glad you have it out.
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01-18-10 05:36 AM - Post#1844353    
    In response to black95jimmy

Just did the water pump on a friend's '95 Suburban. Pretty straightforward. Just take off the belt, drain coolant, unbolt the fan and disconnect the hoses and it should just be the 4 bolts into the block. They are a little bit buried with the rest of the accessories still in place, so be careful getting the first two bolts started. I used Permatex blue on the gaskets. It is ready to assemble immediately. I put a bolt through each side and guided the pump into place and started the bolts a few turns by hand and put in the other bolts and tightened in a criss cross pattern.
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