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2011 Cruze 1.8 LS

Just replaced the thermostat housing. Put it back together and have a coolant leak at the 90 degree elbow that plugs into the top stem. Upon examination, part of the old 90 degree elbow and the o-ring were broken off in the old housing. Having a hard time to find a diagram that shows the hose to find a part number to replace. See photo below. Any help is appreciated!

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Hi, a few weeks ago i broke this piece of cr.p too. I repaired it with my own system though. Since there is no big pressure there, i just took a piece of coolant hose and stuck it very tight with binder right on this pipe that comes out of the engine. Then i took another hose, smaller one, stuck it inside, then the thinest one that was with this cr.ppy reservoir, i bound them all together very tight.
It works for me loke a charm and there are no leaks since then at all.
 
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