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    Default Need parts diagram for 1998 Suburban K1500

    Anyone know of a site that has the parts diagram for the LS trim on a 98 Suburban? Got a leak in the rear heater line and cannot find the part. The leak is in one of the two metal tubes that run along the frame that have rubber hoses made on to one end. I took the line off and had it welded (the edge of the cat was rubbing against it and made a hole) but it lasted only a year or so.
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    When I've been looking for parts I've looked in a couple of places.

    http://www.gmpartsdirect.com/

    but I've had better luck here.
    http://www.gmpartseast.com/

    Either one can be more accurate if you can supply your vin when looking.
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    Thanks! I found a drawing on line that showed the part but no part number or description. GMpartsdirect was able to identify it so I do not have to resort to "rigging it". Thanks again for the the help.

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    http://www.gmpartsclub.com/auto-part...ne=5-7l-v8-gas

    Diagrams and part numbers on here.

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    Go up a level for all hvac parts.

    http://www.gmpartsclub.com/auto-part...ne=5-7l-v8-gas

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    Thanks Steve! Only problem is the part I need is not shown. I found a drawing, the part I need is #19. Tough sucker to find but I found a site that can supply it….after I give them about $90.2012-03-02_191855_suburban_1999_c1500_2wd_5.7_heater_1.png 560673 pixels.pdf

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    Part arrived today from GMPartsGiant.com. It was less than $100 including shipping. Another on-line parts outlet sold the part for $89 but when I went to checkout, the shipping charges were $125 and I had to pick it up at the UPS hub! Thats right, over $200 and I have to go get it.

    For the record, the Auxiliary heater has at two separate sections of hose/tube running down the frame on the passengers side. Each section has two hoses (supply and return). The section beginning in the engine compartment is # 15971649.

    Thanks to all for their input.

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