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Lower radiator hose connects to another pipe

As above the lower hose connects to a gooseneck pipe and two other hoses come off it, one to the reservoir and the other goes behind the engine, what is this section after the lower hose called , cant find a name or description for this section, and need repair part there, this in on a 2001 daewoo leganza.

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  • ritabyrd01 Feb 03, 2009

    doyou find out what the name of it is?



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1. Make sure the engine is cool.
2. Using a clean bucket disconnect the lower radiator hose and carefully drain around 1 gallon off coolant then reconnect hose.
3. Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine where it's connected to the gooseneck on the engine.
4. remove the 2 bolts holding the gooseneck and lift it up to remove the thermostat making a mental note on how it was installed.
5. Clean both sides of the gasket surfaces, install new thermostat in the same position it was removed and replace O ring(only use a Motorcraft replacement to avoid having fit issues) alternate tightening bolts until tight.
6. Refill radiatior to proper level.
7 Leaving the raditor cap off, start the car turn on the heater and let it warm up keeping an eye on the coolant level, it will go down once the air works it's way out of the cooling system.
8. Top off the system and tighten radiator cap. Check the coolant level several times during the week, there may still be some air left in the system.

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