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What is the large hose on the left bottom side of a 2001 chevy blazers radiator

Large hose on bottom left side has been rubbed through. Blazer appears to be running fine. The oil pressuer gauge fluxuates. There is a sound when blazer is at idle and slightly higher.

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Check the magnets on the distributor. Mine did all these symptoms and turned out the magnets had depolarized. Replace them or at least check for magnetic pull. Wierd but true.

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I need a cooling system diagram for 2001 Chevy blazer


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Theres no such thing as a diagram, here are the draining instructions, hope this helps...
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  • 2-Make sure the engine is cool. Open the hood of the truck and remove the radiator cap.
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