Power steering hose
to keep the hose from collapsing
Disconnect the lower hose
Most GM PCV valves fit into a rubber grommet in the rocker cover and are connected to the throttle body by a hose.
Usually at engine end of upper radiator hose in housing
located n housing at end of upper radiator hose.
metal hose attached to front of water pump
The 1996 Deville drain plug is in the bottom of the radiator close to the bottom hose. It is in a very hard place to reach.
Im trying to re hose my hoses and i dont know where the hoses go
waterpump or radiator hose
I couldn't find it on my '96 either at first. The dip stick is located under the large hose connected to the air filter housing. It's probably the same on a '97.
Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
either the hose is split or the resivoir is cracked either the hose is split or the resivoir is cracked
I need to know how to replace a power steering pressure hose for my 2002 dts Cadillac deville. Please help me if you can. Is this a hard job?? Thank you you, Emeel
Directly behind the power steering pump. There is a 5/8th hose, pull up from valve cover.
Could be a collapsed lower radiator hose, perhaps a bad thermostat.
disconnect negative then positive remove rubber hold down and pull out
18 Degrees Before top dead center *Engine warm *Set at 1400 RPM *Distributor vacuum hose disconnected & plugged *Transmission in drive (parking brake engaged) *All accessories off.
The water pump is on the front of the engine, just under the top radiator hose. After removing the top hose and drive belts, the pump should be accessible to be unbolted and exchanged.
removeair cleaner and intake hose, fallow hose from bottum of radiator to neck on engine end of hose hose about 10 inchs long and 2 inch diamiter, 2 10mm bolts remone neck PULL out t stat.
If you cannot find the drain plug you can also pull the lower radiator hose. MAKE SURE THE ENGINE IS COLD!!!
It should be on the drivers side of the motor coming out of the valve cover. There should be a rubber hose about 5/8" in size attached to it.
It is on the drivers side of the motor coming out of the valve cover. There is a rubber hose about 5/8' in size attached to it.
Drain the radiator by removing the lower hose. Then remove the fan shroud then the oil cooler lines and upper hose/ Then the bolts that hold it in and pull it out. Dispose of the used coolant properly.
Im not a car expert but im pretty sure it should be connected to the BOV (blow off valve)