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Old 04-12-2013, 09:14 PM   #1
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2002 VUE 3.0L
Default Corroded Pipe for Thermostat and Housing?

So heres the deal: My mechanic has my vue apart and is trying to replace the thermostat... However and I am not clear on what he's describing, there is a pipe coming from the block thats corroded and he cant get the thermostat out of there with out cutting it... Help?? Any ideas?? Thought? Diagrams..I am 2400 miles away and just had a bad car wreck today and my mercedes got totaled, so I am sorta stranded here right now until that gets solved, but now I reall need the VUE fixed and fixed right...

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