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Coolant leak on a HOnda Accord LXI. I think the leak is from a hose running from the throttle body, to the block itself. Whats the name of that hose as I cuold buy a new one and replace it? Thank you

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There are LOTS of these little 5/16 size hoses on these cars . None of them have a real name . The best way to fix it is to find the one thats leaking and take it off and take it into the auto parts store with you . I had to put new ones on mine and I just got 6 feet of hose and a box of clamps and cut the hose to fit and it worked great !!

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