[DML] Re: Coolant Line Spring
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[DML] Re: Coolant Line Spring

Under high RPM's that suction hose *could* collapse, especially if it
is old and soft. That spring is there to make sure it can't happen.
Just pull it out of the old hose and put it into the new one. Be sure
the ends of the spring are not touching the inside of the new hose or
they could poke through. Bend them if you have to.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jason Rowe" <jonnier@...> wrote:
> Hello All, While replacing all my coolant lines today I took off the
one on the right
> side of the pump that connects to the hard line under the resevoir
tank and noticed
> that there was a spring inside of it. Is this a problem area for
collapsing or something?
> I've heard of it in the fuel line but not the coolant lines at all.
I just wonder if I shouldn't
> install it in the new line or not. 
>                                            Jason #5903
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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