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1994 honda accord removing lower radiator hose

The hose running from the bottom of the engine towards the back has a hole and need to be replace. What are the steps I need to take to remove and replace it?

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I am not sure if you mean the lower radiator hose or the heater hose. Regardless, just drain the coolant from the radiator, put a bucket down under the hose, and lose the clamp and pull it off each end.

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