remove the old one by loosening the screw clamps and sliding them down the hose, then pull on the hose with a twisting motion. Do NOT yank side to side as you can damage the radiator this way. If it is stuck *carefully* cut a slit in the hose (not too deep you don't want to damage the outlet, the radiator is only plastic there) from the end about 1-1.5" in and peel the hose off the outlet.
Compare the new hose to the old one to make sure it is correct, then slide the new clamps on each end, putting them at least 3-4"down the hose to keep them out of the way. Guide the new hose in place, then slide it onto the outlets at least as far as the old one was. slid the clamps to about 1/2" from the ends of the hose and tighten them until they are snug.
Once you've refilled the system and started the engine, watch for leaks and tighten the hose clamps as needed.
The lower radiator hose is located at the bottom of the radiator.
Look on top of the radiator and follow the hose from the radiator to the thermostat housing. Look on the bottom of the radiator and follow the hose up to bottom of the block.
You can install a circulating block heater in your 2001 VW Beetle on the bottom radiator hose. The installation is quite simple.
The bottom hose on a 1993 Altima is at the bottom of the radiator on the passenger side of the car(right side of radiator.
lower radiator hose
Remove the bottom radiator hose. Put a garden hose into the top of the radiator. Allow the garden hose to run until the water coming out of the bottom of the radiator is clear.
Upper is hose connected to top of radiator, lower is hose connected to bottom of radiator.
The thermostat connects to the top radiator hose on a 1996 Toyota Corolla. The bottom radiator hose connects to the water pump.
The thermostat has not opened yet.
Remove the bottom radiator hose. Stick a hose in the top of the radiator. Turn the water on. Allow the water to run through the radiator and out the bottom of the radiator.
Drain off the radiator coolant into a clean drain pan. Loosen radiator hose clamps. Remove radiator hose. Install in reverse order.
Remove the bottom radiator hose on your 1996 Chevy Lumina radiator. Put a water hose in the top of the radiator. Allow the water hose to run until the water draining from the bottom of the radiator runs clear.
When the thermostat is open the coolant will flow through the top radiator hose in to the radiator and out to the water pump through the bottom radiator hose
a bottom hose on a car is usually a radiator, a bottom pipe on a car is usually exhaust
On the bottom radiator hose. You have to drain the radiator first. If you crawl under it, you will see a plastic wing nut on the bottom right. Take it out to drain it. Then remove the bottom hose and you will see it. Between the radiator and the hose.
Between the bottom radiator hose and the radiator. On the engine side of the hose.
Petcock on bottom or radiator or remove lower hose.
Look at the bottom or rear bottom of the radiator or remove the lower radiator hose
Well as with all cars that has radiator's there is a bottom hose and a top hose. So to simply drain a radiator which hasn't a drain bung at the bottom of the radiator, then unscrew the clip that holds on the bottom radiator hose and bob's your uncle...
lower hose is on left bottom of radiator. passenger side.
You have a top radiator hose and a bottom radiator hose.
The hose that goes from the overflow to the bottom of the radiator on a 2002 Windstar is the bypass hose. It allows coolant from the overflow to return to the radiator as it cools.
It is at the top of where the bottom radiator hose leads to out of the radiator. Three bolts (13mm I think) hold the casing. you have to take the radiator hose lose to get to the bottom bolt.
Theres a drain plug at the bottom of the radiator.. or you can undo the bottom hose..
There's a top hose (the one on top) and a bottom hose. (the one on the bottom) There is no main hose.