Drain the water from your radiator. Remove the top and bottom radiator hoses. Remove the radiator stabilizing bolts. Remove the radiator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new radiator.
2 radiator hoses / the top radiator hose comes from the engine thermostat / and the bottom radiator hose returns to the engine water pump
( 2 ) top and bottom radiator hose
Nothing on a manual
The radiator?? Theres alot of hoses on a 4runner which engine do you have?
If you are speaking about the two small hoses, yes. That would be transmission fluid.
It runs through the radiator to cool. It comes in through one of the hoses attached near the bottom of the radiator
Radiator hoses are located on almost all cars in front of the engine block. One hose on top and on on the bottom. Open your hood and look between the top of the headlights, you should see the first one next to the radiator cap. The bottom one you can see under the car, behind the bumper. They are the largest hoses under the hood.
The radiator would be located at the front of your engine compartment on your Ford F-150 . It has ( 2 ) larger diameter radiator hoses ( one hose at the top of the radiator and one hose at the bottom of the radiator on the opposite end of the radiator ) that connect the radiator to the engine . The radiator hoses are rubber
your thermostat is inline with your radiator.. its in a junction coming off the bottom radiator three hoses plug into it.
The radiator drain plug is at the bottom of the radiator rigth underneath the hoses. You cant miss it. (Ref: 99 troop shom manual 6B-6). Shan. The radiator drain plug is at the bottom of the radiator rigth underneath the hoses. You cant miss it. (Ref: 99 troop shop manual 6B-6). Shan.
the thicker hoses are oil cooler hoses the thin ones are cooling line for auto transmission
The radiator is at the front of the engine compartment . It connects to the engine with ( 2 ) large rubber hoses , 1 at the top of the radiator and 1 at the bottom of the radiator at the opposite end
Changing a radiator in a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am can be a difficult task. To remove the radiator, all of the radiator hoses will need to be disconnected from the radiator. The transmission lines will also need to be removed. After all of the hoses are disconnected, remove all of the clips that are holding the radiator in place. Lift the radiator up and place with a new one. All the hoses and clips will need to be put back in place with the new radiator.
Drain the coolant from your Ford Fiesta radiator. Remove the radiator hoses. Remove the radiator stabilizing arm. Remove the radiator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new radiator.
It's near the front of the engine compartment and has ( 2 ) rubber hoses connecting it to the engine ( at the top and the bottom of the radiator on opposite ends )
The first step in changing a Ford Mondeo radiator is to loosen the clip holding the bottom hose in place and drain the system. Then loosen all other hoses and remove the radiator mounting bolts. Then perform the above in reverse, filling the system with the proper coolant.
Open the hood remove the shroud then unhook the transmission lines and radiator hoses then lift out the unit.
check your radiator hoses and change gaskets
There is no strict rules about that. You need to inspect hoses periodically. But when you have a car which is 10 years old you might need to change all vacuum hoses around the engine.
If it is water cooled (has a radiator) it has a water pump in the bottom end just follow the hoses to it.
To replace a radiator on a 1991 Thunderbird Super Coupe, a person has to drain the old radiator, then unhook all of the hoses. The radiator is bolted to the cross beam in the front and held in by bolts and screws along the sides and bottom. It is a good idea to take a picture of the old radiator and hoses to use as a reference when installing the new one.
you have to remove the fan this takes a specail tool then you will drain the radiator with the plug that's on the bottom corner of the radiator next disconnect the upper and lower hoses it should come out
Remove the top and bottom radiator hoses including the transmission fluid, then remove the side mounting bolts, after that is completed, slide the radiator up and out of the engine compartment
they are your transmission cooler. doesen,t matter on the flow of those because they are on the bottom