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|Gasket Or Seal Included:||Yes|
|Housing Neck Angle:||75 deg|
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Q:what is the hose id size,i.e 5/8 , 3/4 ...etc
A:This Dorman - OE Solutions Engine Coolant Outlet - Part No. 902-105 has the outlet diameter : 1.302 inches and bolt hole diameter : 0.353 inches. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:I need to know the numbers for the seals that go with the smaller tube that firts into the smaller orifice. And then there's a larger one, the outlet gasket? There is also a sensor in mine that I'd like to replace?
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A:Far as I know, you can't get the seals from the aftermarket, just the "complete" water outlet, which comes with the seals. I purchased a Dorman unit from Nu-Way Auto Parts and it didn't last a year! This junk plastic part's flange actually warped and was letting coolant leak by the "larger" of the 2 seals. The original GM plastic part actually was broken around the lip edge that mates within the large coolant flow hole in the head. Why these friggen things are made out of PLASTIC, I'll never understand. It should be made out of ALUMINUM, and then it wouldn't fail. This Dorman part was made in CHINA - so, it's no wonder it failed. Going to try the "Factory Air" brand this time. I have a gut feeling that it's probably the exact same part as the Dorman one, with a different name. Since I really don't want to do this repair a 3rd friggen time, I'm planning on RTV'ing the flanged area, and possibly even making my own rubberized gasket (they sell the material right at the parts store).