I assume you mean the fitting that is on the intake manifold that connects to the heater hose. Unfortunately, you will probably have to get a new manifold or possibly get a used one from a wrecking yard. * ++ Better answer ++ The part you are looking for is called a heater hose fitting. You have to screw out the old fitting first and measure what size your's is, probably a 3/4". Here's a "how to". A new intake will not include this. You'll need a new intake if you have damaged your threads severly. http://autorepair.about.com/od/doityourself/ht/heater_hoses.htm farmerTom Cut the hose off just above the metal part at the intake. Screw out the old fitting Go to home depot and buy a 3/4' king nipple. Teflon tape the threads and screw it into intake manifold. Slide the hose over the king nipple and put a hose clamp on it.
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