Leaking intake hose

Asked by Mar 27, 2017 at 10:50 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My intake hose has a crack in it and fluid is leaking.
What could the problem be besides the crack.

6 Answers

87,085

What do you mean what else, that coolant hose is bad and needs replacing.

67,795

Looks like a coolant hose and NOT an intake hose. Put down the tools and step away from the vehicle. Have someone that knows what they are doing do the repair.

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67,795

Good morning Rowefast...

87,085

Hey Bob, thanks for the input on this one, don't know what I'd do without you! ROFLMAO...

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My 2005 Grand Prix GT 3.8L had the same problem one day. Bought a Gates Upper radiator hose from O'Reilly Auto Parts and took about 1 hour to remove enough coolant so it would not drip all over the engine, remove the old hose and replace with the new one.

10

Lmao step away from the vehicle

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