this is my first post here so hope this is done right?
Here is the problem best that I can describe it, When I put water into my radiator it comes out like a facuet turned on underneath the car, I checked for the leaks and the best that I can see is the bottom fat hose that goes from the radiator into ( something) what ever that hose goes into seems to be leaking the hose that comes out the other end of that seems to be fine.
But I need to know what that bottom hose that goes from the radiator into this part is called or where that hose leads to we think it could be the cooling system? But guessing there.
I do seem to get heat into the car but as soon as the radiator goes dry, the heat then blows out cold.
I know we have to replace the radiator, but there seems to be no use to do that if we cant figure out where the bottom radiator hose leads to and what that is actually called to try to locate it first off?
Please if some one here can show me a diagram of what this part is and how we can possiably fix it I would very much appreciate it.
I cant drive the car out because as soon or as fast as I put the water into the radiator it pours out through what ever that hose attaches to in the middle of the car under the engine section is the best that I can describe this.
I do once again hope someone can assist me with this ASAP and tell me the steps on how to fix this, as this is my only transport to get the kids to and from school.
have the same problem?
Monday, January 22nd, 2007 AT 1:26 PM