Radiator Hose / Coolant Hose for auto

Hoses & Pipes auto parts: Radiator Hose / Coolant Hose

Cooling hoses are necessary in the car for coolant supply. Due to the coolant the engine cools down and not overheats. Without a good cooling system the engine would overheat and break down. Water pump is responsible for coolant motion. If there is damage in cooling hose system, the coolant is supplied in a wrong way. If there is a hole, a part of coolant will flow out. This is an unmistakable sign of damage in cooling system.

If on the place of car parking remain marks of coolant, you need to check coolant state. You can solve the problem for some time if you regularly add the coolant. You may do this only in case when the hole is small. In any case you need to repair it because in many cases the size of damage increases. If the coolant flows out, the engine will overheat. In case when cooling hoses system don’t fit tight or there is a hole in cooling system, the driver must watch temperature indicators while driving.

Substitution of cooling hoses requires accuracy. Think in what succession you will repair in order to install spare car parts to the right place. In order to fix the problem you need to put new cooling hoses into the branches and to fasten them with the clamp. Make a full testing of hoses after you start to exploit them. In our shop you can also order other car parts. Here you can buy temperature sensors, wheel hub bearings, wheel caliper, starter, generator, air filter and many other parts for your car.

How to detect the radiator hose failure

If symptoms of damage are detected, first inspect the hose. In many cases, defects, including cracks and traces of leakage, are detected without the help of specialists. In order to prevent accidents, the hose is to be inspected every time antifreeze is replaced.

You may notice that the heat Coolant Hose may need diagnostics by the following symptoms:

  • the engine overheats and vibrates excessively;
  • increased fuel consumption;
  • the engine has lost power;
  • odor of coolant in the passenger compartment;
  • the engine gets over-cooled.

The reasons of radiator hose malfunction

Most often, hoses are damaged or broken. These damages are associated with increased pressure and temperature in the cooling system due to prolonged use of antifreeze beyond its service life.

Premature wear of the component may be associated with incorrect fastening of clamps. If the clamp is not properly tightened, or tightened with excessive force, the risk of damaging the surface of the components significantly increases.

Formation of kinks on the component may be explained by the use of wrong size models. Each individual type of the radiator involves the use of hoses of a certain size, and any deviation from the rules results in their bending and early failure.

The engine cooling system requires observance of the maintenance schedule. The state of all pipes and connection pipes should be checked. Swells, cracks and other damages of the hoses result in their breakup.

Replacing the Coolant Hose

Due to the fact that hoses are relatively inexpensive, damaged hoses are to be replaced. Installation of new hoses is not difficult. You will have to do the following:

  1. wait until the system cools down. Otherwise, you may get scalded.
  2. drain the coolant (if antifreeze is not dirty, it doesn’t need replacement);
  3. loosen the clamp, and move it away from the joint along the hose;
  4. removing the old hose will not require any significant effort (if necessary, hold the hose close to the connection, and try rotating it to remove);
  5. lift the edge of the component without applying too much effort in order not to damage the hose or its seat;
  6. if the above measures have not yielded the desired result, the hose should be cut off along the line of the clamp imprint;
  7. remove the damaged hose and proceed to installation of a new one;
  8. if installation of the new hose on the connection pipe is hindered, remove dirt from the latter, and use a soap solution as lubricant;
  9. if the hose has become less flexible, it should be immersed in hot water for a while;
  10. install a new hose on the connection pipe;
  11. check correctness of hose installation;
  12. install the clamp;
  13. fill the system with antifreeze;
  14. make sure that there is no leakage in the hose and the joints.
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