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- Apr 13, 2021
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- LFOD, New Hampshire
Do you know the part# by chance? Rock Auto doesn't seem to have the GM Ts in stock.Purchase the heater coolant tees or factory replacement hoses for the truck now. When they go they’re nowhere to be found except the dealer who’s happy to sell them to you for hundreds. A broken T will drain the motor of coolant in 15-30 seconds forcing you to shut down the motor. That means no power brake, no power steering and a windshield full of steam. If you run the motor until you’re off the freeway, good bye engine.
Keep the T’s, clamps and hoses in the spare tire cavity or in the storage compartment at the left rear of the truck. When it does happen you’ll be back on the road quickly or have everything to do the job on your time & terms. My Indi shop charged $4h to replace both because I had to get outta there. Dealer parts were his only option when I was towed in.