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RADIATOR HOSE

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Replace a Spare part Radiator hose – a defective one or if the limit of use has been already reached. Find out useful information about Radiator hose

Faults of coolant hoses

  • loosening of the clamp;
  • displacement of the hose;
  • coolant leak;
  • pipe wear;
  • cracks in the hose;
  • blockage of the component;
  • breakage (rubberized hoses);
  • hose twisting.

Symptoms of coolant hoses failure

  • increased vibration and overheating of the engine;
  • loss of engine power;
  • increased fuel consumption;
  • antifreeze smell in the cabin;
  • engine overcooling.

Causes of coolant hoses faults

  • thermal impact;
  • ingress of reactive substances on the item;
  • untimely service of the cooling system;
  • installation of low-quality auto parts;
  • wear;
  • improper maintenance of the system.

Diagnosis of coolant hoses

If you find the above faults you should first make an inspection. Chances are good that you'll be able to detect damages by yourself, cracks, streaks, and so on. It makes more sense to carry out preventive diagnosis each time you replace the coolant. Depending on the model of your car the time period may vary. The average is every 30 thousand kilometers of run or once in 10 years.

Replacing the coolant hoses

Due to a relatively low cost, in the case of malfunction it is wiser to replace this part. Doing it is pretty simple:

  • Drain the antifreeze (if the collected fluid is clean, it can be reused).
  • Loosen the clamp and move it along the hose in the opposite direction from the connection.
  • New hoses are quite easy to remove (otherwise, grasp the hose closer to the junction and try to take it off, making a rotational movement).
  • Lift the edge of the hose effortlessly avoiding damage to both the hose and its attachment points.
  • In the worst case, you can cut the hose along the line of clamp print.
  • Remove the hose.
  • Proceed with the installation of a new hose.
  • If the new part fits in the place tightly, clean pipe of dirt and use soapy water to quickly install the hose.
  • In the case of flexibility loss, the hose should be immersed for a while in hot water.
  • Install a hose on the socket.
  • Make sure that the part is correctly installed.
  • Install the clamp.
  • Fill the cooling system with liquid.
  • Check hose connections for leaks.

We remind you that you can disconnect the hoses only after the system has cooled in order to avoid burns.

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