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Bad hoses i have a 1998 jeep grand cherokee and its got about 150k on it. i was recently informed by my wife that we need to replace the heater hoses and the bottom radiator hose after breaking down and replacing the top radiator hose. i need to know where the heater hoses are located, how many of them are there, and how do i relplace them and the bottom radiator hose. i'd look for it myslef, but im in iraq currently and want to get a visualization of what i'm in for when i get home cause i do not want my wife getting ripped off again like when she had the top radiator hose replaced. no, she's not driving the jeep currently.

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The lower radiator hose goes to the water pump, will have to drain radiator to replace it. You should hae 2 heater hoses, if your engine is an inline 6 cylinder one hose will go from the frot of engine by thermostate housing to the firewall and the second hose from the back of engine to firewall

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that is, continue to intelligent search the internet or manuals as a resource.
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