WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR REPLACING THE HEATER BY-PASS (FORMED HARD PLASTIC ELBOW) IN A GTP 3800 V-6
2005 Pontiac Grand Prix • 187,000 miles
What is the process for replacing the heater by-pass (formed hard plastic elbow) in a 2005 pontiac grand prix GTP 3800 V-6
June 11, 2012.
June 11, 2012.
It comes out of the lower intake manifold near the tensioner and is just a right angle plastic piece
Those are plastic elbows for the liquid filled belt tensioner. You will have to remove the tensioner and pieces of those 2 elbows will likely break off inside the block but can be easily removed with a hook of some type. Just make sure you get all the pieces out.
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