Yes it should have a rubber part that connects it to another hose...go to the dealer to take a look at the systematics(at least mine does if it is the hose that is behind the tail light mount on the passenger side). Your Jeep should never leak out gas
my jeep wrangler carburator was removed by my mechanic and since then, the carburator has been malfunctioning. I even bought and fit a refurbished carburator and still rpoblem of slow running persist. Problem is, engine runs and stall, and very hard starting
Follow the hoses from the compressor. It is the blue one or will be marked "L".
Back of valve cover on pass side rite below heater hoses
Heater works fine in my Wrangler! Check the thermostat or the hoses or heater core might be plugged. The thermostat is easiest ^ cheapest to change so start there.
just pull the hoses off the heater core and put them together easy all done under the hood. Mike join the 2 hoses together
Since it is fuel injected, you will trip the engine light if you start ditching hoses. Now if you are running a smog exempt engine, you can lose just about every smog component you are running and ignore the light. But I'm not sure why else you would want to unplug hoses?
where the intake manifold attaches to the head, and along any of the rubber hoses that are attached to it.
There is coolant in the engine block when the engine is not running. The engine block, heater, hoses and radiator remain full when engine is not running.
Transmission fluid cooler hoses.
check your vacuum hoses check your vacuum hoses
Check for wires running along the front brake hoses to the wheels. If there are wires along the hoses you have 4 wheel abs.
First check the vacuum hoses visually then with the engine running, spray carb cleaner at the suspected areas. When you spray a cracked area the engine rpms will increase.
Cut the hoses close to the firewall and loop them together using a flush valve or other splice connector that can handle heat.
Yes should have a 170 to 180 degree some one probably removed it because it was running hot
i have a 1.4 puma,i think its between inlet maifold pipes,there should be 2 hoses going into manifold and 1 in the middle going to the valve the hoses join on a T shape,my hoses collapse when engines running and kicks out black smoke
Numerous possible reasons - low coolant, defective radiator, leaky hoses, bad thermostat, blown head gasket... take your pick
Yes, coolant is in the block, heater, hoses and radiator all the time.
Radiator hoses,Heater hoses,Power Steering hoses,Air Conditioning hoses,Vacuum hoses,
It mite not be a fuse have you checked the vacume hoses that come from intake manifold this can cause the fan not to blow.
Low coolant? Air flow through radiator restricted? Hoses collapsing under pressure? Defective radiator cap?
Hoses are called hoses in Ireland.
one of your hoses is losing presure or suction. put your hand next to all of your hoses and feel for even the slightest bit of air while the engine is running.
Probably the hoses for the power steering pump or fittings on the hoses. Try replacing them first. They're not that hard to replace an relatively cheap.
Check the radiator fan operation.
the front axle and transfer case for your Wrangler are vacuum actuated so you may have a vacuum leak, under the hood by your windshield washer solvent there is a black plastic cylinder with 2 vacuum hoses on top, one goes to the axle and one goes to the transfer case, one of these is most likely the problem, if the hoses are fine then you may have a bad actuator on the axle, good luck.