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I replaced a busted hose(goes into engine under alternator)in the coolant system in my 2000 leganza 2 weeks ago.Now one of the coolant hose going into or out of the heater core has busted.What could be causing these hose failures.Stuck thermostat? Water pump?

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  • starr71707 Oct 02, 2008

    how do you replace the hose for the water pump?

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My daewoo 2001 gave me a lot of proplem now water coming from ander the batom i need a plase that work on daewoo

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Not really sure what's causes the problem but, it happened to me and after replacing the both hose I haven't had any more problems, and that was about a year ago.

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    dfmorris1983 Jan 15, 2013

    Not really sure what's causes the problem but, it happened to me and after replacing the both hose I haven't had any more problems, and that was about a year ago.

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