how do i get the heater return hose from the back of the engine? it's stuck and have limited tools.

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Asked by Jan 23, 2014 at 11:13 PM about the 2008 Dodge Magnum

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

this is the hose that goes from back of the engine to a joint that splits to coolant reservoir and splits to firewall. help. im a chick and need my car for work!

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4,655

Hoses are notorious for getting stuck in place. Heat the hose with a hair dryer, and work a small screwdriver in around the hose connection to free it up. But if you're replacing it anyway, go ahead and cut it using anything that works.

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Thank you so much Norm. I am extremely please to say that I finally got the repair completed and now am driving it once again. This particular vehicle used to be a cab; so it has almost 300k on it and it's still running strong. =)

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oh...and i ended up cutting the hose to remove it.

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good job!

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