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How do you replace a leaky heater hose in your silhouette?


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How to replace a heater hose on a 2001 Oldsmobile silloute

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Pull the hose and make sure that the heater core connection is in good condition. It needs to be clean and pretty round. If the hose has quite a bit of deposits or is brittle around the inside, you may want to replace it. The hose needs to be quite flexible to make a good seal. If it's more than a few years old you might want to replace it anyway


No you can not, It is under to much pressure when engine is running. NEED to REPLACE IT.


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