There is a drain plug underneath the radiator It will be on the bottom right if you are facing your vehicle. Then fill from your Radiator.
first you will want to locate the petcock (radiator drain) it should be near the bottom of the radiator on the side opposite the lower hose. simply turn the petcock (do not fully remove) the petcock is designed to let the fluid out without having to be completely removed. in order to expedite draining of fluid remove the radiator cap and there should also be small brass "vent" screw, its located near where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine and also within 2 inches of the thermostat. something else that i do to get some of the fluid from the heater core out is to squeeze the lower radiator hose near the engine block (reachable from the serpentine belt area of the engine.
~squeezing the hose produces a small pressure wave that forces fluid out and lets a little air in. making the draining process go a little faster.
the inlet hose should be the lower hose...
the radiator should have 4 other smaller hoses these are for engine oil and Transmission Fluid.
i always take mine to the dealer and let him/her to take care of it i trust the dealer to do a good job on my van
its underneathe the alternater, right next to the bypass hose inlet.
Drain the radiator and dispose of the coolant as its toxic to animals. Remove the top radiator hose, and water inlet. Remove the thermostat from under the inlet and replace it. Reinstall the inlet and top hose then fill the system with new coolant.
The thermostat is located by the side of the cylinder block near the coolant inlet. Remove the coolant inlet housing after disconnecting cables and loosening the holding bolts. You will be able to remove the thermostat to replace it.,
its located on the heater core
2 - inlet & outlet
Thermostat is located on side of cylinder block, behind coolant inlet housing for lower radiator hose and the generator. drain cooling system. rotate accessory drive belt tensioner clockwise to release tension from accessory drive belt. remove accessory drive belt. remove mounting bolts and generator. disconnect electrical connector from engine coolant temperature switch for removal of coolant inlet housing. remove nuts, coolant inlet housing, thermostat and gasket.
inlet air temp should be between the throtle and air filter box on the air intake hose coolant temp should be close to were the upper radiator hose connects to engine there maybe 2 coolant sensors one for computer one for radiator cooling .
Start the truck. Turn on the heater. Hold both hoses in your hands. The first one to feel warm is the inlet.
In the PWR the top houses the steam outlet, not inlet, and coolant flow is applied to the pressure vessel inlet connections. A glass lined vessel would simply not be durable enough for a 40 or hopefully 60 year life. If it started cracking or peeling off, how would it be repaired?
No it will not, it will just back flush the heater core and clean it out.
u need to take both the radiator hoses off the radiator and take a water hose to the top inlet. leave the cap on it. and let water run through it to flush it out.
On Left side of engine below the air inlet manifold in the area of #2 cyl.
Try backflushing the heater core. You have two heater hoses going into the firewall - after running, one should be hot to the touch, and one should not. The one that's hot to the touch will be the inlet... when you backflush it, you'll use it as the outlet. Disconnect the heater hoses, keep the ends elevated, put in some radiator flush or CLR, and let it sit for about 15 minutes. Then, using the outlet hose as the inlet and vice versa, you can either flush it out with pressurized air or pressurized water.
The thermostat is located on the side of the cylinder head, just above where the block mates with the head. There is a coolant inlet fitting (the thermostat cover) which should have a hose connected to it. If you can find that coolant inlet cover, the thermostat is located inside/under that cover. There should be two bolts holding that cover on.
Probably because your water pressure is very bad or because the inlet is somewhat clogged.
Disconnect the inlet and outlet hoses going to the heater core at the firewall. Use a garden hose to flush the core starting by back flushing it by inserting the hose on the outlet side then moving to the inlet side. Continue flushing until the water is perfectly clean. Do not use too much pressure or you will cause a leak in the core.
Drain the radiator and dispose of the coolant as it is toxic to animals. Remove the top radiator hose. Remove the water inlet. Pull the thermostat from under the inlet, and replace. Reverse the procedure to finish the instillation.
to be certain, I'd get a manual... or borrow one from the library d
Simple, take the inlet and outlet hoses going to and from the heater core and connect them together.
Drain the radiator. Remove the top radiator hose. Remove the water inlet, and take the thermostat from underneath it. Install the new thermostat. Reinstall the inlet and hose. Fill the system with coolant.
The water inlet or gooseneck has cracked or worn thin if its a 2.4 The o ring may be bad also.
The air inlet temperature sensor on a 2003 Hyundai is found inside the plastic intake of the vehicle. The unit can be seen near the air filter box.
1.Disconnect the cable from the negative terminal 2.Drain the cooling system 3.Remove the accessory drive belt 4.Remove the water pump pulley bolts and then remove pulley 5.Remove the alternator 6.Remove the alternator bracket bolts and then remove the other four bolts from the water pump 7.Loosen the hose clamp and then disconnect the water pump coolant inlet pipe hose. Detach the coolant inlet pipe from the block and disconnect the coolant inlet pipe from the water pump mounting boss.Remove and discard the old O-ring
Standing in front of the car looking at the engine the coolant temp sensor is located on the right hand side of the cylinder head at the back towards the firewall under the inlet manifold.