Low pressure hose - larger hose from the A/C compressor
If the Daewoo Leganza is equipped with a rear window washer system, the water in the spare tire compartment could be from a leak in the vacuum hose for this. There is also a possibility that a portion of the body near the spare tire compartment is rusted out and taking on water when it rains.
That connects the engine to the radiator is simply referred to as a hose. The radiator is connected to the engine by two hoses.
Remove the water from the cooling system. Remove the water hose from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
if you dont know how to change out a water hose your an idiot!!!!
you are low in r 134a freon ,connect hose from can of 134a with sealant to stop minor leak ,2 cans would be fine compressor will start blowing cold air ,andit will seal minor leaks.
I had an external antifreeze leak, and I tried a product called steelseal and it worked as advertised, just took off radiator hose and added the product as per instructions still no leak, i think it messed with my thermostat though.
It is a small hose behind the motor, under the car. sometime is stoped with dirt and the water coming inside de car at the passenger side.
with a hose
first you have to diassemble the tank and stick a hose in the opening of the tank and suck on the hose ( clear hose recommended) until you get gas and fill up what ever you need to fill up
where is screen located in gas fill mine takes a long time to put any fuel in. There is no screen in the fill hose. The vent tube is probably pinched and is the source of your problem.
With a hose if you have one.
its a breather hose which helps to reculate sump preasure should replace it
damaged vent hose. or kink in fill hose.
In order to siphon the fuel out of the tank you need to remove the fill hose from the tank. The hose is difficult to get to but it can be done. Once the fill hose is removed you can then slip your siphon hose into the tank. Try not to allow any dirt to get into the tank during the process.
ON a 1999 Daewoo Leganza the thermostat is located on the upper radiatior hose. Unlike most cars this car has a thermostat that is integrated into the housing. You must purchase the housing with the thermostat built in. It is removed by removing the 2 female torx screws that hold the unit in place. The thermostat is expensive. Some dealers or auto parts want an avg of 125 for that thermostat so please make sure that is the problem before you purchase it. You can sometimes get lucky and find someone posting the unit on e bay. Best luck I have had for any parts for a daewoo is a location in Puerto Rico. The site for this is http://daewooautopartspr.com/ Call them. I got a thermostat for $60 among many other parts. O'Reilly Auto has them for 36.99. They are online.
The radiator does not have a drain plug. The easiest way to drain is remove a hose.
Drain the coolant, unclamp the old hose, remove the old hose, install the new hose, clamp the new hose in, fill up the coolant.
It requires 73 gallons of water to fill a 6 inch x 50 foot hose
no dont change the tank, just replace the fill hose it is held onto tanl neck with a hose clamp and held to the filler door on bed with a couple of screws
I believe it's the hose that attaches from the air filter into the engine. It may look like an accordion or a bendy straw. I'm looking for one too
The high pressure hose is between the compressor and orfice tube
Fill a gallon bucket, timing how long it takes to do so. Then fill your hot tub using the same source... example: if you filled the bucket with a hose, then fill the tub using the same hose. Then time how long it takes to fill the tub and divide the time it takes to fill the tub by the time it takes to fill the bucket and then you know how many gallons it is.
Fill it with water from a bucket or hose prior to starting it.
it does not matter
No, to fill the pool just place the hose into the swimming pool and make sure not to over fill it. Hatawa