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Changed lower radiator hose is daughters quest now transmission suddenly dosnt work right

Replaced lower radiator hose and suddenly transmission is not working right. Could something could of got ujhooked??? Please help

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  • Brad Brown Apr 21, 2014

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I suggtes check in the Service Manual, in this link... Secc-7-Cooling-System

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If the hoses are news, then its possible that your problem may be in the metallic coupling (lower radiator).

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Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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SOURCE: top radiator hose hot and lower hose cold. car

Either the water pump has failed, the radiator core is plugged, or the lower hose has collapsed and blocking the flow of coolant. Hope this helps!

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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Heres a couple of things you can check. Start your car and remove the radiator cap,(before it gets hot mind you) when it reaches norm operating temp, look inside radiator to see if water is circulating. If its not moving, its a bad water pump. Also, youre hoses should never collapse, if they collapse when they get hot maybe you need new hoses? Finally, if those dont work, flush out your radiator. Open the bottom cockpit and use a garden hose and let it flush out the system while the car is running, about 10 mins should do the trick. If the radiator looks clean inside then it doesnt need flushed.

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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You will need to bleed the air out of the system there should be a bleeder where the top hose connects to the engine

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Also could be cooling fans. Did you notice if your fans are working when it is hot? Could be bad fan relay which would keep your fans from turning.

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