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What is the black piece called that connects the radiator hose that goes into the block and holds the hose in place?

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One of the hoses that connects the engine block to the radiator.


this is the part where the top radiator hose connects to on the block


Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine block. The thermostat is inside the housing where the radiator hose connects to the block.


It is located at the lower radiator hose where it connects with the block.


located at the block where the top radiator hose connects to it.


Follow the UPPER radiator hose from the radiator to where it connects to the engine block. The thermostat should be right there.


Under the fitting where the top radiator hose connects to the engine block.


Find top hose on the radiator. Follow the hose to the engine block. Where the hose connects to the engine block, the thermo is right there.


The thermostat for the 3.5 Liter is under a flange bolted to the top of the block (in the valley), connected to it is a black pipe that connects to the lower radiator hose. This flange has four bolts that are accessed only after removing the intake manifold. Removing the housing that connects to the upper radiator housing optional.


Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine block. The thermostat is usually behind the housing that connects the radiator hose to the engine block. To be more specific Its on a housing on the passenger side of the engine block.


Where the big radiator hose connects to the front of the block.


It is located on the top radiator line where it connects to the block. There should be 2 bolts that secure it to the block.


Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine block. The point where the hose connects to the engine is where the thermostat is typically located.


The black radiator hose comes out of the upper left of the radiator. Follow it to where it connects to the engine block at the top center of the engine. It is just to the left of the ignition coil. That is the thermostat housing. Remove the bolts holding the housing, and the thermostat will be there.


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.


inside the thermostat housing where the lower radiator hose connects to the engine block.


Where the lower radiator hose connects to the engine block.


if you have a 3.3l v6, then you follow the upper radiator hose to where it connects to the block. It's around the throttle. The place where the hose connects can be removed, and the thermostat is in there.


It is located in the thermostat housing where the lower radiator hose connects to the engine block.


a 4.5L 273 cu in. it's located on the exhaust manifold, in front in between the block and the radiator. You'll see the wire that connects to it. a 4.5L 273 cu in. it's located on the exhaust manifold, in front in between the block and the radiator. You'll see the wire that connects to it.


Most thermostats are in-line with the upper radiator hose. Check the housing where the upper radiator hose connects to the block.


On my 1995 Ford Explorer the lower radiator hose connects to the waterpump on my 4.0 liter OHV , V6 engine ( the 8th " character " of the VIN is an " X " )


Take the 4 bolts out of housing on the right front side of engine where you lower radiator hose connects to the block and the hose that runs down from the radiator tank .


The thermostat is located in the housing where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine block.


It is located on the engine block where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine. To get at it you need to remove the serpentine belt and alternator.



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