pump->bomb hose, reinstall, top half

Arun Rao rao at pixar.com
Tue May 14 15:36:42 EDT 2002

Just unbolt and move or remove the pump, Brett ... it isn't that big a
deal to get it back on. All you're likely to waste is some hydraulic
fluid, and I bet you have plenty on the garage floor already ...


On Tuesday, May 14, 2002, at 02:16 PM, Brett Dikeman wrote:

> I give up...I can't get this hose back on the car.  Half an hour of
> trying from all different angles...I even separated the two
> halves...no dice.
> Between the lower coolant hose, the two rack hoses, the radiator, the
> aux coolant pump, and the hanger for the two rack hoses, absolutely
> everything is in the way of the triangle-shaped metal bracket welded
> to the metal pipe.  I just can't seem to get the angle right...every
> time I think I've got a good angle to sneak the head past the
> pump+radiator, the triangle bracket or the end of the pipe itself
> hits something.
>   I had to undo one of the pump->rack lines just to get the hose off
> the car in the first place.  It was a really tight fit getting it
> out, but it came out....and I don't remember how...
> Help!
> Brett
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