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There is a pipe that runs from the rear of the motor down to the radiator hose underneath the motor . previous owner bottomed out and crushed it . WHAT IS THE NAME FOR THIS PIPE SO I CAN ORDER NEW ONE ?!?!?

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Lower radiator connetion pipe to themosate. if you are talking about the part at oil pan it was made that way. you can all so to a dealership parts dept. and look at there pics.

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3) Disconnect the radiator fan's wiring and any temperature sensor wiring if fitted.
4) Remove radiator retaining clasps
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  2. Let Car cool Down
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  • The car should be cold
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Hope this Helps

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