how to replace a top radiator hose on a pontiac grand prix

Asked by Dec 07, 2013 at 03:46 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the top radiator hose attached to the cap is cracked on my 2006 grand prix, do I have to replace the whole radiator or can I get a new hose and repair it that way?

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If it's the plastic nipple that has broken off you may be able to repair it with an epoxy designed for plastic. The plastic radiator tanks are sold seperatly but honestly if you're going to go that route just replace the radiator. I literally just picked one up, last week, for my 2000 Grand Prix from ebay, brand new, for $65.00. HTH. -Jim

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