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Yamaha 01 wr 426 overflow tank & hoses

I have the tank installed. I'm not sure were the two hoses go? I know one hose connects from the radiator to the overflow tank but witch connection? When I got all the parts it was the tank two hoses a couple squeese clamps and a frame bolt. All parts are oem to make things smoother. The two connections on the tank are located at the top where the cap is and at the bottom of the tank. I know this is something simple but I don't turn wrenches for a living, I swing a hammer.

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Well the first from your radiator goes on the bottom of the tank.the shorter hose goes on top that is just an overflow outlet hose. hope that helps.

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How to Remove a Radiator in a 1996 Chrysler sebring


Check this procedure for Sebring Coupe and Avenger (see Figure 1 - click for zoom)...
The radiator is the corrugated fin, downflow type, and is cooled by electric radiator fans. Service the cooling system with high quality ethylene glycol or other aluminum compatible antifreeze coolant.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Loosen the radiator drain plug and, using a large capacity container, drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove the radiator cap.
  4. If necessary for clearance, remove the bracket and plastic branch tube running from the air cleaner.
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  6. Disconnect the upper radiator hose.
It is recommended that each clamp be matchmarked to the hose. Observe the marks and reinstall the clamps in exactly the same position when reinstalling the radiator.
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  2. For vehicles with automatic transaxles, disconnect the oil cooler lines at the radiator. Plug the transaxle ports and the hose ends to contain the fluid and prevent contamination.
  3. Remove the lower radiator hose.
  4. Remove the bolts holding the upper mounting brackets to the support member. Remove the radiator, with the cooling fans as an assembly.
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Fig. 1: Typical cooling system assembly-Sebring coupe and Avenger



To install:

  1. If the fan and shroud assemblies were removed with the radiator, they must be reinstalled before installing the radiator. The mounting bolts for the fans should be tightened to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm). If the thermosensors were removed, they should be reinstalled and tightened to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm).
  2. Reinstall the radiator, making certain all the mounts and bushings are correctly positioned. Tighten the mounting bolts to 10 ft. lbs. (14 Nm). Double check the drain plug to make sure it is closed.
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  4. Connect the wiring to the electrical components, making sure each is correctly located and securely fastened.
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Fig. 1: Before removing the hood latch, mark it's location on the crossmember with a paint marker or other tool
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Fig. 4: ... and the upper radiator-to-crossmember bolts, then ...

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Fig. 5: ... unbolt the crossmember ...

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Fig. 6: ... and lift it from the front of the vehicle
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  2. Install the A/C filter/drier and mounting bracket onto the cooling fan module. Install the bracket mounting fasteners.
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Fig. 11: Unbolt the lower radiator mounting brackets

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Fig. 12: Once all of the components are removed or set aside, the radiator can be removed from the vehicle
  1. Install the air intake resonator.
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  3. Reconnect the negative battery cable.
  4. Start the engine and run until it reaches normal operating temperature, then check the coolant level and the automatic transmission fluid level. Add fluids, if necessary.

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Volvo 1990-1998 Repair Guide
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Perform this work only on a cold engine.
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  2. Set the heater control to MAX heat.
  3. Remove the expansion tank cap.
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  10. On vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions, disconnect the transmission oil cooler lines at the radiator. Plug the lines immediately. Catch the spillage from the radiator in a separate pan.
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To install:
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  3. Install the fan and shroud.
  4. Install the lower and upper radiator hoses.
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  6. Fill the cooling system through the expansion tank, with a 50 percent antifreeze, 50 percent water solution.
  7. Connect the negative battery cable.
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  10. Check for leaks.
  11. Top up the cooling system, as required.
  12. Replace the cap.
  13. Check and top up the automatic transmission fluid level.

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