Grand Am Heater Hose Repair?

Answer The heater in your Pontiac Grand Am is powered by excess heat from your car's engine. As the radiator fluid in the cooling system circulates through the holes bored into the engine and the jackets ... Read More »

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How to Repair a Heater Hose?

Have you ever seen someone stuck on the side of the road with steam billowing out of the hood? Most cases, this is because their vehicle has blown a heater hose. The steam comes from the vehicle co... Read More »

How to Repair a Heater Hose on a Chevy 350?

The heater hoses on a Chevrolet 350 engine are relatively easy to reach. There are two heater hoses on the 350 -- one runs from the water pump to the heater core, which is located behind the bulkhe... Read More »

How to Repair Corroded Heater Hose in a Chrysler Town & Country?

The No. 1 cause of a corroded heater hose is a lapse in cooling system maintenance. Chrysler recommends that you inspect or replace the Town & Country's heater hoses every 7,500 miles and flush the... Read More »

Can a Heater Core be Leaking by the Heater Hose?

A heater core is a radiator-like device located inside the passenger cabin of a vehicle. The core is heated by hot engine coolant. Both the heater core and the heater hoses may leak due to wear or ... Read More »