Have a bad Leak from a pipe connected to a sensor which goes to the radiator or resovoir ands losses coolant/water quickly. How doi found out what the past is called?

Asked by Dec 09, 2015 at 06:34 PM about the 2002 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Don't be concerned with what it is called. If it is leaking badly it will need to be replaced. Most shops will be helpful in identifying the part for you.

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YOu have a upper radiator hose (big) and a lower radiator hose (big). You have a smaller diameter hose running from the recovery tank on the bottom to the radiator. There are two hoses running to and from your heater. If your vehicle has a plastic thermostat housing on the top of the engine, then there is a small bent hose only a couple of inches long which runs from the housing to the water pump. The housing has a temperature sensor on the top which has an electrical connection on it.

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