one large hose from bottom of radiator to side of water pump. other large hose from thermostat housing to top of radiator. one heater hose from water pump to heater core, I think this one has a Y in it if there is a rear heater other heater hose from heater core to somewhere on top the engine. If there is a rear heater, its return hose goes to a fitting on the radiator.
can I get a diagram to replace vacuum hoses ona 986 chevy astro van
Open the hood remove the shroud then unhook the transmission lines and radiator hoses then lift out the unit.
check radiator cap for wear. defective cap can cause radiotor hoses to collapse.
You take off the hoses and do it.
I had to take the bolts off of the fan. Remove the plastic fan cover. Diconnect 2 hoses underneath. Watch for oil. disconnet hoses on top. Unbolt radiator and remove. Make sure all hoses fit on new radiator. I have to remove twice since i didnot check
Drain the water from your 1972 Chevy Corvette radiator. Remove the radiator hoses. Remove the stabilizing arm retaining bolt. Remove the radiator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new radiator.
i flush the radiator filled it with antifreeze water .. now i heard i should take out air from inside of radiator or hoses so the air will not block circulation of the water? thank you.
Drain the water from your 1998 Chevy Astro cooling system. Remove the water supply hoses from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
The cooling system is the radiator, engine fan, thermostat, and hoses...
In the 1994 Corsica 3.1 Litre the radiator hoses ar at the lower RH end and the upper LH end of the radiator as viewed from the driver's seat.
Removing the radiator depends on the engine type. Locate the hoses and remove the bolts. Disconnect the radiator hoses. Remove the bolts holding the radiator. Remove the radiator.
If your astro is like mine and has that lovely plastic shroud, then it's gonna take a while. 1.You have to first remove all the bolts from the cover directly over top of the radiator. 2. remove the large plastic tube connected to the shroud to allow you to remove it. 3. You should be able to see the bolts holding down the radiator on either side. remove them 4. Remove the rings holdings the hoses to the radiator and pull them off. make sure to allow the engine to cool before you do this. 5. The radiator should pull right out. Hope this helps! if it did, please recommend me. -Brad
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.
2 radiator hoses / the top radiator hose comes from the engine thermostat / and the bottom radiator hose returns to the engine water pump
Radiator hoses? Heater hoses? Vacuum hoses? EVAP hoses? Need more info to help you.
Remove fan shroud Drain radiator Remove upper and lower radiator hoses Remove upper mounting bolts Lift radiator out of lower support cradle
the hoses leading to and from your radiator might be clogged. If you had a rusty radiator, the rust may have clogged the hoses that carry the coolant. you should check all your hoses and even flush them out.
Radiator replacement in the Chevy Venture van requires removing the 6 attaching posts and the hoses that allow for circulation. The gaskets at the hose connection points should also be replaced. Replacement time is 60 to 90 minutes.
Radiator hoses and heater hoses should be inspected yearly and replaced when neccessary.
Radiator hoses,Heater hoses,Power Steering hoses,Air Conditioning hoses,Vacuum hoses,
Waterpump, thermostat, radiator, radiator hoses.
Low on coolant and/or a faulty radiator cap.
If the hoses are all tight, Then the radiator must be leaking. REPLACE RADIATOR