- COOLANT RESERVOIR

1997 GMC Safari

Tiny

Scribe

October, 15, 2007 AT 8:08 AM

I'm needing to pull the coolant reservoir out because there seems to be a leak in it or in the hose connecting to the radiator. The top is secured to the body with a couple of plastic tabs. I've tried to pry them off but without any success. I'm NOT a wrencher but can't afford to take this to the shop. Does anyone know how to get these tabs out? I can't reach around the back side of them because of the body design. Thanks.

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Tiny

bootdog

October, 15, 2007 AT 5:33 PM

Get a flat head screwdriver and pry between the top of the tab and the bottom. It will pull out and look like a nail. This will release the tabs allowing you to remove the reservoir.

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