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You could just need to flush our your coolant pipes. Detach both hoses leading to passenger side firewall and spray into one of the pipes with a hose. It will come out the other pipe. This solved my problem in my '91 Ranger.
Water pipes may be covered with foam rubber to stop condensation dripping from the surface of cold water pipes in warm and damp climates, and to insulate hot water pipes so the water in them does not cool while flowing from the hot water tank to the faucet,
We use foam rubber to stop condesation of water from the surface of pipe.
With rubber or circular foam that you can by from any hardware store
A lot of heater cores on newer cars can be replaced from inside the engine compartment - much easier than spelunking up under the dash. Look at the firewall on the passenger side and determine where the heater hoses ( a pair of rubber hoses about 2" in diameter - one feed and one return) connect to the heater core. Most heater cores have the feed and return pipes protruding from the firewall. See if there is a panel that is removable from the firewall side - you might just get lucky. I am doing one of these in the next few days so we'll see just how hard it is.
I have a 2003 Grand Prix GT and the AC recharge port is right behind the motor on the firewall. Look for the silver pipes coming out of the firewall right near the middle. You will see the recharge port on one of the pipes there.
People who know about it prefer new plastics such as PEX or CPVC, not rubber.
In most Ford pickups you will find 2, 3/4 rubber pipes about 6" apart coming out the engine side of firewall. One will usually go to water pump or near it on the block, the other will go the rear of the block.
There are numerous vacuum pipes in your engine bay, They are thin plastic pipes about 1mm in diameter, and usually are attached to softer rubber, right angle connectors.
A person needs to have the diagram of all the parts in a vehicle while owning it. A person can get a diagram of the water pipes in this car by purchasing the maintenance manual sold at most auto shops.
Foam rubber tubes will protect them from cold.It would be helpful if you stated WHAT you want to protect them from !
Below the firewall on both sides of the car, where the pipes go down from the headers.
It is under the hood, on the exhaust where the two pipes meet. You have to look down from the top near the firewall to see it.
used to loosen pipes (plumbing, pvc, etc) the rubber grips on the surface of large diameters, and friction loosens the tube.
these are leak-off pipes, for excess diesel to lube the rest of injector and return to the tank.
it is on the passenger side right behind where the exhaust pipes meet to form the y pipe
The heat is probably coming through the firewall and floor pan. The engine and exhaust header pipes are only inches from your feet. There should be an alluminum foil covered heat (insulation) blanket between the firewall/floor pan and the carpet.
It does not have a hub -- Hubless pipe you would use a no-hub clamp to put it together -- Hub you would you a rubber gasket
The expansion valve is located inside the evaporator core housing on the evaporator core. If you see the large and small pipes coming through the firewall on the passenger side of the engine compartment and trace them into the plastic box behind the glove box, you will find the evaporator core inside this box and the expansion valve is the little aluminum block that is in between those pipes and the evaporator core. It should have a little quarter- like bell on the rear of it. Hope this helps and is in time.
Usually the fault lies in the temperature sender which is normally located in one of the metal pipes attached to the rubber pipes that run into the top of the radiator. Replace the sender with the correct one and the problem should be righted
Spoke to a Chrome expert, and the answer is Yes, it will. Supposedly the EasyOff contains a chemical (Caustic?) that will eat the chrome. This however does seem to be the #1 solution to getting melted plastic or rubber off the pipes...
under the passenger side of the car on the side of the transmission. it should be in between 2 small pipes.
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