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Coolant tube repair by befarrer
Started on: 12-18-2003 12:54 PM
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Is it possible, or do you just have to cut it off. On my '86 the driver side coolant tube has a hole in it, it has some green crap on the tube, but it is also cracked and leaking. This is just behind the support, usually where they crush when jacked inproperly. If it is not bent too bad, can the tube be welded with the right weld? Or is the only option cutting it off, and using a rubber hose?

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Yes you can cut the pipe and replace it with a piece of hose ,I kinda like the ribbed type though.

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