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Hi forum, I'm having an overheating problem with a 1998 323 convert. Diagnosed the problem as a bad expansion tank, replaced that, now I have a problem with the radiator. The overflow hose that extends from the top of the radiator to the expansion tank, had a leak at the clamp, so I thought. The nipple that the hose slides onto broke, part of it was in the hose, now there's only a little stub coming out of the radiator. Is there a way I can extend it, or would I have to replace the entire radiator. I was able to tighten the clamp onto to the stub enough to get home, I was only a mile at most form home. Thanks for any assistance.
Thanks for the reply, if I can find something like that to fit over the nipple, that may do the trick. If I can't find it locally, I may have to order.
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