I am currently working on changing the belts on my 95 FZJ80 along with some other stuff like plugs, cap, rotor, etc. While trying to loosen the pivot bolt at the top of the alternator I said to myself "you should remove that hose there so that you don't break it if the wrench slips." Of course I did not listen to myself and the wrench slipped and I broke the little plastic nipple with the small diameter hose coming off of the top if the radiator. DAMN!!! I am refering to the hose that is about 4-5 inches from the top right of the radiator, next to the large hose. What is the purpose of this hose and how screwed am I? It looks like a bypass or something. I was thinking about putting a scewer in the hole and then sliding the broken piece over the skewer and epoxying it back on. Then remove the skewer after the epoxy has dried and put the hose back on. The point of the skewer being that it will keep the plastic nipple lined up and prevent the epoxy from plugging the hole. So is this a worthwhile idea of another dumb idea? I would like to avoid buying a new radiator if possible. My other idea was to bore out the hole a little and thread a brass nipple into the top of the radiatior and then connect the hose to that nipple. Any ideas here?