It doesn't really matter which is connected where,but I would connect the suction side to the lower connection on the radiator. roll the motor over a little and see which line is spitting out fluid and then connect that one to the upper side.
No hose connects from the air intake to the radiator. It may connect to a bracket mounted not the radiator but it does not connect to the coolant. If that is what you are stalking about it is called an air intake tube.
The hose coming from the thermostat housing connects to the upper part of the radiator and allows coolant to flow into the engine...
Actually, this is an overflow hose. The hose shouldn't connect to anything. When the radiator warms up the fluid level in the reservoir tank may rise. If it gets too high, then the coolant will pour out of this overflow hose. If this is happening too often, you may have a blockage in your radiator.
You can always go to walmart or try an autoparts store and get a coolant flush kit which has all the fittings to fit onto the radiator and connect a water hose to it Also some transmission flush. should have directions with it.
That connects the engine to the radiator is simply referred to as a hose. The radiator is connected to the engine by two hoses.
The coolant temp sensor screws into the thermostat housing. This is located where the top radiator hose connects to the engine.
Yes it is on the lower radiator hose where it connects into the engine block, follow that disconnect it (careful of coolant leaking) thermostat housing should be below that hose. Good luck
Yes, there is an "O" ring inside the fittings.
Look at the radiator. Follow the large coolant hose that comes out of the top of the radiator and follow it down to where it connects to the engine block. The housing that the hose connects to on the engine contains the thermostat.
It is located in the thermostat housing where the lower radiator hose connects to the engine block.
Follow the lower radiator hose from the radiator to the back of the engine. Where it connects to the engine, you will see wires plugged in to the sensor
Coolant goes in the radiator or you can also fill the radiator resevoir.
In systems that do not have a radiator cap, the coolant is drained by the radiator drain plug. It is filled by adding coolant to the system through the overflow bottle.
Low coolant, radiator restriction.Low coolant, radiator restriction.
Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator . The hose connects to the engine coolant thermostat / water outlet assembly bolted to the engine . The engine thermostat is inside the housing
If the radiator is cracked then the vehicle has ran dry on coolant. This would cause the radiator to crack if there wasn't any coolant.
You add coolant to a C240 at the radiator overflow tank. This allows the radiator to suck in coolant as needed when hot.
THERE IS NO HOSE, THE WATER PUMP IS FED BY A METAL COOLANT PIPE LOCATED UNDERNEATH THE INTAKE MANIFOLD. THE LOWER RADIATOR HOSE CONNECTS TO THE PIPE.
The coolant pump draws coolant from the radiator and circulates the coolant through coolant jackets in the engine cylinder block and the cylinder heads. The coolant is then directed back to the radiator. The system directs some coolant through hoses to the heater core in order to provide for defrost and passenger compartment heat. A surge tank connects to the cooling system. Pressurized coolant continuously flows through the surge tank and the process repeats
One flushes a radiator by draining the radiator, rincing the radiator, and then by adding a new coolant. One should remember that the drained coolant is toxic.
Coolant for Suzuki scrum radiator costs approximately $107.50.
In order to "purge" the cooling system, you need to detach the top hose that goes from the thermostat housing to the radiator (detach the end that connects to the radiator). Pour coolant into the hose until it fills halfway and reattach.
Loosen the plug on the bottom of the radiator and drain the engine coolant into a resealable container.2 Remove the upper radiator hose and lower radiator hose. If your Honda Accord is equipped with an automatic transmission, disconnect the automatic transmission transaxle cooling lines. Plug the lines and radiator fittings and drain the tubes into a separate, resealable container.3 Unhook the radiator cooling fan electrical connectors. Remove the support brackets on the upper radiators and cushions and lift the radiator up and out of the engine compartment.4 Unfasten the clips or screws that connect the cooling fan to the radiator and connect them to the new radiator.5 Install the new radiator and reconnect all engine components in the reverse order in which they were removed. Open the valve on the thermostat housing a half turn, and set the heater to the "Full Hot" position.6 Fill the new radiator with a mixture of half engine coolant and half distilled water, squeezing the hoses to force out air. Once you see a steady stream of coolant, close the valve.7 Put the radiator cap on very loosely and start the engine. Allow it to run a few minutes, then turn it off and top off the engine coolant, if necessary. Put the radiator cap on securely.
there is no real radiator cap. On the left side of engine compartment there is a coolant jug. This where you would add coolant to radiator.