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Old 04-01-2012, 04:51 PM   #1
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Heater hose

Has anyone ever herd of the heater hose outlet on the top of the intake to break off and if so any way to fix it besides buy a whole new upper intake manifold?
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Is it the one on the passenger side back of the motor?
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It completely broke off or it leaks? If it broke off did it break at the manifold or is there still some sticking up?
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Still some sticking on the manifold and the cracked peice is stuck in the hose so I used a hose clamp and clamped it real tight but when you get on those motor the whole motor pulls
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Does it still leak? I'd just say glue it let it dry hook it up and test it
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What do I glue it with?
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The strongest stuff you can find that can with stand heat and water and that would really only be a temporary fix I would really suggest a new intake from the junkyard though unless you want an aftermarket one
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Have it welded if you still have the pieces
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