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Any ding, split, or pinhole you can find in a coolant reservoir hose can lead to coolant leaks, with hot streams seeping through the cracked tube. One failing hose could also mean that other connections might give up soon. that's why you need to check the hose connection for corrosion or lose clamp attachments so that you can get a quick replacement for any damaged hose. Since Auto Parts Warehouse specializes in top-quality OE replacements, you can be sure that the new coolant reservoir hose you'll buy from us can withstand heat and pressure. It won't easily burst or crack open unlike other substandard hose connections. It can be easily attached to the reservoir, pump, coolant filter, and other outlets, and it is also free from any blockage, making sure that the coolant will flow more easily. By using high-quality materials such as knitted rayon, the tubes are designed to have maximum strength and high resistance to temperature and pressure. So even when exposed to oil, salt, mud, and debris, they don't easily wear out because of corrosion. What's left for you to do is to buy top-quality coolant reservoir hose replacements from Auto Parts Warehouse. Take advantage of our cheapest price offers and coolest deals, and have your coolant system running smoothly in no time!

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Replacing Your Coolant Reservoir Hose

If your vehicle is leaking coolant, then your engine runs the risk of overheating and becoming damaged. As you may know, engine repairs can be quite costly, and it would be a lot easier on the wallet if you simply got rid of your leaking problem. Coolant leaks can stem from various components, but you may want to check your coolant reservoir hose. If it is damaged or not securely positioned, then it may leak out coolant. Fortunately, the solution for this is a replacement hose. Swapping your busted hose for a new one is an easy DIY job that even the most novice motorist can do. Just follow these quick steps, and you'll patch up that coolant leak in no time.

Difficulty level: Easy

Items you'll need:

  • Protective gloves and glasses
  • Siphone hose and drain bucket
  • Pliers
  • Screw driver set

Step 1: Before starting, make sure that the vehicle is cool. Also, wear some protective goggles and gloves to steer clear of any unwanted accidents.

Step 2: Peel back the rear trunk's carpet liner.

Step 3: Remove any remaining coolant from the reservoir using a siphon hose and bucket.

Step 4: Release the cap of the radiator to relieve pressure.

Step 5: Locate the coolant reservoir hose. This hose usually aren't held in by spring clamps. But if they are, remove the clamps using pliers.

Step 6: If there are no clamps, simply pull the hose out and place it aside.

Step 7: Take your new coolant reservoir hose and plug it into place.

Step 8: Refill your reservoir with coolant and reinstall all parts you took out.

Step 9: Turn your vehicle on and observe the reservoir area for leaks.

Step 10: If there are no leaks, then you're all set.