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Radiator Hoses......???????????? There are 3 hoses for the radiator on a 93 convert. celica gt. I need to to what the hose under the upper hose is called. The upper hose connects to a part of the engine block and then there is another little hose that goes directly to the motor i need to knowwhatt hats called and the price range that i can find it in.......

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That little hose is called a by-pass hose the upper should go to the intake manifold where the thermostat is you have a lower hose tah goes to the water pump and then you have a very small hose tah connects at the neck of the radiator that goes to your overflow tank. the hose should be about 15 bucks.. please rate this thanks

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