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Very tight spot behind motor. need to replace water hose on 94 Lexus.

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You keep asking about the same issue over & over

Now you tell us (your) working on it?

Why not give us the complete story in the first try

How can we help

We have no info here on this site- to guide your hands to
where they have to go or what tools are needed,sorry

Maybe you can get part of it from the bottom & part from
the top

We can not help

A dealer tech may give you some advice

Stop buy a dealer & wonder into the service bay & ask

Posted on Nov 25, 2014

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SOURCE: Toyota Corolla 1994

These are also referred to as "Top Radiator Hose" and "Bottom Radiator Hose." They are available from most auto parts stores. Sometimes it may be necessary to trim the newly purchased hose to the correct length. Use a razor-knife to do this.

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Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a coolant leak on one of the 2 hoses behind

If all you can see is the hose leaking just change the hoses......time will tell if you have to change the cooler........

Posted on Dec 25, 2009

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