If you own a 2003-2006 Chevrolet SSR chances are that at some point the plastic coupling on your heater hose will break. With a replacement hose hard to come by and quite expensive, replacing the junction with a brass insert will save you time and money. Plus, it’ll give you the peace of mind that it won’t fail again. Follow along our how-to guide and get your SSR cooling in no time.
Parts for this DIY:
- New 3-Way Brass Tee (3/4″ x 3/4″ x 3/4″)
- Two new 1″ Worm Gear Hose Clamps
Tools You’ll Need:
- A Screwdriver Set
- An Adjustable Plier
Chevy SSR Heater Hose How-To Guide:
Potential Savings from Used Parts:
You shouldn’t really be purchasing used clamps, hoses or tee’. However, if you are interested in maintaining strictly OEM parts on your SSR, then you might have to pickup a used unit. SSR parts tend to be difficult to find, but if there are any used hoses on the market they’ll be listed below.