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How to remove the hose from the radiator in a 1998 Ford Expedition

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From Radiator repair guide...

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Remove the retaining clips for the radiator support brace trim cover and...

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Slide the hoes clamps back and ...


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...remove the upper and...

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...the lower hoses from the radiator6de0e55.jpg

Remove the recovery tank hose from the radiator




Hope helps (remember comment and rated this).


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