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2001 Silverado parasitic battery drain

 
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Just Try It1 Just Try It1
Moderator | Posts: 2796 | Joined: 08/14
Posted: 05/07/18
08:13 PM

which hose..

number 26 perhaps

https://www.tonkinonlineparts.com/showAssembly.aspx?ukey_assembly=832274&ukey_make=1086&ukey_model=20365&modelYear=2001&ukey_category=22485  

Thom75 Thom75
New User | Posts: 17 | Joined: 04/18
Posted: 05/08/18
03:29 AM

Number 3.  

Just Try It1 Just Try It1
Moderator | Posts: 2796 | Joined: 08/14
Posted: 05/08/18
06:41 AM

Number 3 in that image goes to the overflow nipple on the radiator filler neck..

Is yours broken off. If it's a brass filler neck some radiator shops might solder the back on. There is a 2 piece replacement around..  

Thom75 Thom75
New User | Posts: 17 | Joined: 04/18
Posted: 05/08/18
03:07 PM

There is nothing broken, I just wonder how hot this hose should be.  

Just Try It1 Just Try It1
Moderator | Posts: 2796 | Joined: 08/14
Posted: 05/08/18
04:40 PM

Icon QuoteThom75:
There is nothing broken, I just wonder how hot this hose should be.

any and all the cooling system hoses during normal engine operation could be anywhere from 195F to 230F..

the thermostat does not open till 192F..  

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