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I have a leak at the T connection on the water outlet and the hose of the upper coolant reservoir line. I bought a new line, part 13251447. So the new hose shows up and the connection at the water outlet is different and doesn't appear to fit my older style outlet.

So I still have a leak and plan on changing the water outlet to match the new hose as it doesn't look too hard to get to. However, here's my question. It looks like the outlet has changed as well. Is this the correct new part number: 25193922? I would also need the gasket, part number: 55562045 as well correct?

I want to make sure I am getting the correct revisions for my new hose I have here and more importantly so I can fix my leak.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Update as I did this repair myself and wanted to share the procedure as this part seems to fail a lot. I have a 2012 Cruze, and needed BOTH the upper coolant reservoir hose and the water outlet for my repair. The connections have been revised on the hose and water outlet. It's a much better design, but you can't use the new style hose on the older water outlet. The part numbers and approximate online costs for each part are as follows:

13251447 New Revision Upper Coolant Reservoir Hose, $12 online
25193922 New Revision Water Outlet, $23 online

You no NOT need to buy any gaskets as the outlet comes with the gasket. It's a VERY easy job, you just need e-torx sockets for the bolts on the water outlet. Start by disconnecting the upper charge pipe from the throttle body, unplugging the IAT sensor in the pipe, and move the pipe out of the way. Then disconnect the coolant temp sensor. Remove the 4 hoses to the water outlet, 3 e-torx fasteners, and pull the water outlet. Have a bucket ready as coolant will come out.

Make sure the old water outlet gasket is off, clean the mating surfaces and reverse the procedure. Should take 30 mins tops, 45 with ample coolant system bleeding.

Good luck.

 
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