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Getting to bottom radiator hose on 1993 ford escort

Getting to bottom radiator hose loos difficult any tricks or sugestions

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    Have you removed the cooling fan assembly?

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Take off the bottom plastic protector and if you need more space remove the plastic inner wing behind the road wheel

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