Look to see if the ignition plug to your starter did not come loose or un plugged. Since this is on the same side, possible disconnect of the starter ignition wire became disconnected
There is generally no relationship between replacing a radiator hose and a car not starting. However, it is possible that the engine overheated and has a cracked head. It is also possible that something was accidently disconnected when replacing the hose.
Either at the bottom or the rear lower section of radiator
The thermostat is not in the lower radiator hose of a vehicle. Thermostats tend to be placed at the end of the lower radiator hoses, not inside them.
take the lower radiator shield off under the passenger side below the lower radiator hose should be where the plug is and u can take it out with a flat head screw driver
Take it to a good mechanic. Too hard to do it yourself. Ed
remove electric fan drain coolant remove upper and lower hose remove what ever else may be blocking the radiator from being removed remove radiator reverse
The lower radiator hose is located at the bottom of the radiator.
Drain cock for the coolant is on the lower passenger side of the radiator toward the engine bay side of the radiator. Difficult to get at, but nothing a long, man-sized screwdriver can't solve.
If a lower radiator hose was replaced on a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan, but it is still leaking fluid, it could be that there is a hole in the radiator. It could also mean that there is damage to the overflow reservoir or its hoses.
If you are replacing radiator hoses, make sure to drain coolant first There are 2 hoses upper and lower hose looking down in front of the engine: you have to remove the air duck funnel that is attached to the radiator, upper hose should become more visible lower hose is located on the left side of the radiator fan
Drain or petcock should be a the lower of rear of radiator or remove lower radiator hose
Have you check to see if the radiator is clogged with dirt and debris try pressure washing the radiator and make sure the fan is working like it should. If you clean the fins and it still runs hot you might check to see if the temp guage is reading correct.
if there is no drain petcock on lower radiator tank, removing bottom radiator hose at radiator is the only way to drain radiator
usually on bottom under lower radiator hose if its not on the lower radiator hose it will be located on the lower back side of the radiator. look on the driver side. its an @$$ to get to.
Upper is hose connected to top of radiator, lower is hose connected to bottom of radiator.
It is beneath the lower radiator hose on the radiator.
It is on the lower right of the radiator and sometimes it is easier to take the lower radiator hose off.
If your truck is overheating!!! Then check the upper radiator and lower radiator hose's , if the lower is cooler the the upper the either the thermostat is not opening or the radiator is clogged
lower hose is on left bottom of radiator. passenger side.
Remove the upper and lower radiator hoses and transmission lines from the radiator. Remove the fan shroud and the upper and lower bolts. Raise the radiator up and out.
Lower radiator hoses in water cooled engines are return lines. The upper radiator hoses are feed lines of hot engine water to the radiator. The reason that lower hoses are cooler is that the radiator has allowed much of the water's heat to dissipate into the air. Thus, a lower radiator hose contains cooler water than other radiator and heater hose lines.
One contour can not cross another because a contour is one exact elevation; if it crossed another contour it would show that it is higher than the second contour on one side, but lower on the other side.
Petcock on bottom or radiator or remove lower hose.
Or remove lower radiator hose
Radiator drain plug. Located at the bottom or lower side of the radiator used to drain coolant from the radiator.