The part connected to the intake remove the metal clip with a pick, it will fully remove. Twist and pull up. If it's been on there for 8 years like mine, it does take some effort.
The other end of this hose I believe, but I have not done it is a squeeze pinch and pull, similar to the evap purge solenoid.
depending on how many heat cycles these connections have been through, they may break on removal. A new hose is around $30-$40 on amazon and Rockauto, and I believe Dorman also makes one, but if I recall they were all around the same price.
At 33,000 miles my water pump failed. 34,000 my heater core failed. Now my water outlet needs to be replaced at 34,500 miles and is leaking oil at main gasket. The dealership tries everything under the sun to not make the repairs. It is under warranty. 100,000 5 year. This car is plagued with...
Trump’s Budget Proposal Would Kill Loans for EV Projects, Including Lordstown Motors
Car and DriverFebruary 10, 2020, 11:30 AM PST
Photo credit: Lordstown Motors
Just as the future of the Lordstown, Ohio, manufacturing plant seemed certain, it could now be in jeopardy...
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan on Wednesday agreed to revise decade-long tax breaks for General Motors in exchange for the company's commitment to spend at least $3.5 billion more over 10 years, including to build electric pickup trucks in Detroit.
Under the deal — the seventh amendment to the...