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Engine diagrams I have a pipe that is cracked running from a box to the back of the radiator, with a no. of 354307. What is this plastic pipe and what is its function? Also where can I find a diagram of the engine so I delineate the various parts? Thanks Tom

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Is it plastic or rubber /is on pass or drivers side/how big in diam and lenght?

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It looks like the top of the radiator is leaking quite badly.


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