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Need the name of small hose on top of engine in front left corner spewing coolant. There are two hoses.

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  • w_rmartin May 10, 2009

    I'm not sure which one it is, there is an upper small hose and a lower small hose with silver fittings on the end.

    Thanks for responding!!!



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Are you talking about the overflow tank hose, or the radiator inlet or outlet hose?

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