Where do you connect the thin bottom hose from the coolant reservoir on a 1992 Mercury Capri not the one that connects to the top of the radiator?
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.
dis connect the rubber hose that goes from the radiator to the plastic reservoir. It is connected with a clamp and a pair of pliers will do it. Then, un-srew the bolt that holds the reservoir to the metal frame-work. Replace with new bottle and reverse the procedure Should take ten to 20 minutes. It was easy.
I have a 1990 ford bronco II-4x4 trans with two coolant fittings on it one on top and one on bottom. which one will connect to the top radiator fitting and which one connects to the bottom fitting?
On a 1987 Corvette you traced the wires from the front radiator fan inside the hood where is the connection that the wires plug into?
The thrmostat on 95 integra is not on upper radiator hose is it the lower behind the engine where 4 or 5 hoses connect?
Where is the thermostat located on a 2000 V6 mercury cougar I followed the hose from the radiator but could not find it anywhere?
There are two hoses that connect the radiator to the engine block. On older cars, the thermostat would be where the top hose connects - ie where it is easy and convenient to get at, etc. Unfortunately, on your car the thermostat is located where the bottom radiator attaches to the engine block - closer to the firewall, under the breather, etc, where it is a total pain in the ass to get to.
in a housing next to the water pump, on the front (passenger side) of the engine. Follow the water hose from the passenger side of the radiator (as you're standing in front of the van) back to the engine, and the thermostat is inside the housing where the hose connects. There are actually two hoses that connect to the thermostat housing-one to the radiator and one to the water pump.