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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant find heater core hose
They are two hoses that go from motor water pump, they are 3/4 size or a little more, they go in to body fire wall, you can disconnect both and join them by pass with pipe and two clamps You will recognize them easy, they are smaller than radiator hoses
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
It may be the freeze plug in the back of the head leaking, it looks like a small round cup about the size of a quarter it presses into the back side of the head, to remove hit the outer side of the inside of the cup with a screwdriver and hammer. To install use the apropriate size deep well socket with extension to hammer the new one in don't hit it in too far just until flush and also use permetex black sealant around the rim before installing to ensure a good seal also drain antifreeze completely before attempting job and be sure the seat where the freeze plug is going into is clean and dry.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
It is highly probable then that it is in fact the heater hose leaking. Here is how.
If your radiator level remains full, then it won't draw coolant from the reservoir. The reservoir is also an over-flow bottle in the event the engine over heats and the coolant boils, the steam can be released into the reservoir...which is obviously not happening so we don't have to consider an engine gasket leak.
The only other places that you can lose coolant from then in your situation that would be rather obscure is the heater hoses. They are in the flow path of coolant after flow through of the engine. Thus why your engine is not over heating. If they (the hoses) are leaking then the coolant return amount to the radiator will get low enough to create a siphoning of coolant from the reservoir that you have to continue to keep filling.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
Uplanders with the 3.9 engine are prone to no heat at idle speeds. Probably weeping head gasket. Air bubble trapped. Dealers will remove rad cap and let it sit at about 25 deg. angle for a couple hours. Good for awhile.
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
Yes you can but make sure the radiator is also full. The radiator uses suction to pull fluid back into it from the overflow reservoir. If there is a leak there may not be enough suction available to **** fluid back into the radiator as the engine cools.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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