heatr=er hoses coming from idler pulley

Asked by Oct 02, 2010 at 09:26 PM about the 1996 Pontiac Firebird Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Two hoses coming out of the side of the idler pulley. Looking for replacement parts, plastic clamps broke, hose is worn and leaking.

4 Answers

just replace the hoses,and use the metal screw clamps,but I wonder,I have never seen heater hoses come out of the idler pully??

Wow, do you reply to all post without knowing what you are talking about

sorry dumb a$$,I do know what im talking about,Im not the one asking such a DUMB A$$ QUESTION.hay get a dumd answer.

who is the dumb one, you have never looked under the hood of a pontiac firebird, yet you felt the need to give your worthless advise, go back to the corner and finish playing with yourself richard cranium

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