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    danl
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    Default Heater hose inlet/outlet

    On a 95 Bonniville SE with a 3800 series motor there are two
    connections for the heater hose inlet and outlet. These are a 90
    degree tube that has an O-ring on the engine side and a clip that gets
    screwed in to lock it in place. Any idea where to get it beside a
    dealer that wants $43.00 each for them? The two on my girls car are
    rusted pretty bad. If I have to I'll clean em up, paint them and find
    new O-rings, but would prefer new.

    I'm not having much luck with parts places locally.

    Thanks for any help.

    Dan



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    clare@snyder.on.ca
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    Default Re: Heater hose inlet/outlet

    On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 20:05:13 -0500, danl <daninxpasco@gmail.com>
    wrote:

    >On a 95 Bonniville SE with a 3800 series motor there are two
    >connections for the heater hose inlet and outlet. These are a 90
    >degree tube that has an O-ring on the engine side and a clip that gets
    >screwed in to lock it in place. Any idea where to get it beside a
    >dealer that wants $43.00 each for them? The two on my girls car are
    >rusted pretty bad. If I have to I'll clean em up, paint them and find
    >new O-rings, but would prefer new.
    >
    >I'm not having much luck with parts places locally.
    >
    >Thanks for any help.
    >
    >Dan

    I think you are out of luck - dealer part only unless you can find a
    good one on a wreck or blown engine.


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    danl
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    Default Re: Heater hose inlet/outlet

    On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 22:05:18 -0500, clare@snyder.on.ca wrote:

    >On Thu, 02 Dec 2010 20:05:13 -0500, danl <daninxpasco@gmail.com>
    >wrote:
    >
    >>On a 95 Bonniville SE with a 3800 series motor there are two
    >>connections for the heater hose inlet and outlet. These are a 90
    >>degree tube that has an O-ring on the engine side and a clip that gets
    >>screwed in to lock it in place. Any idea where to get it beside a
    >>dealer that wants $43.00 each for them? The two on my girls car are
    >>rusted pretty bad. If I have to I'll clean em up, paint them and find
    >>new O-rings, but would prefer new.
    >>
    >>I'm not having much luck with parts places locally.
    >>
    >>Thanks for any help.
    >>
    >>Dan

    > I think you are out of luck - dealer part only unless you can find a
    >good one on a wreck or blown engine.


    It's been discontinued so not many cars are left with good ones. I
    got out the gun bore brushes, my files and the Dremel tool and cleaned
    them up pretty good. 2 coats of paint and tomorrow I will re-install
    them with 2 new $2.00 o-rings on them. If they still leak I may take
    off the housing and thread it for pipe fittings.
    I've got my fingers crossed! Thanks for the reply.

    Dan

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