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1994 Geo Metro 4dr hatchback coolant system hose

Hi Experts! My Geo battery died and I replaced it, but in doing so noticed one hose coming out of the Coolant overflow tank not connected to anything. The other is connected to the radiator, just below the cap. I held out the length of the unconnected hose in all directions and it did not appear to reach anything it should be connected to. The end of the hose does not appear sheared. Where does it go?
Thanks so much!
Best,
Jorge

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  • jorge542 Oct 02, 2008

    Thanks so much!

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Yep, that tube is just there to divert the coolant away from the battery, etc. if the expansion tank overflows. There's a place to clip it in on the side of battery carrier plate.

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Hi don,t worry that is how it is its the expansion tanks overflow pipe and just sits there

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

  • paul yates Oct 02, 2008

    hi no problem if only everything in life was so simple yates210456

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