Coast of changing the heater hose under the manifold got the parts

Coolant leak from hose under the manifold i got all the parts need to know the cost

My car has 99100 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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Hi there. Unfortunately, we’re not able to complete repair service on a 2001 Jaguar Vanden Plas; as it is a specialty vehicle that should only be serviced by an authorized Jaguar certified mechanic. Thanks for contacting us and thinking of us.

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An overflow hose connects to the radiator below the cap and the reservoir tank to store overflow of coolant. As pressures in the cooling system increase due to coolant temperatures, a valve on the radiator cap permits coolant back into the reservoir to help ease the build-up of pressure and prevent coolant loss.
A cracked heater hose can result in leaking coolant. A lack of coolant can cause your engine to overheat. An overheating engine can end in catastrophe. For this reason, if you have any signs of wear and tear, bring your vehicle to an ASE certified mechanic or shop for a repair.
The heater hoses are designed to be resistant to coolant and heat, however over time they can eventually wear out. Old hoses can break down, weaken, and eventually rupture and leak.
Your engine has two radiator hoses: an inlet hose, which takes the hot engine coolant from the engine and transports it to the radiator, and an outlet hose, which transports the engine coolant from the radiator to the engine.
Two hoses connect to the heater core — one hose is tasked with transporting hot coolant from the water pump to the heater core. The second hose returns the coolant to the top of the engine. These hose connections are usually found on the passenger side of the engine firewall, but may also be found near the middle.
Radiator hoses are large-diameter rubber hoses that carry engine coolant between the engine and radiator and back toward the water pump. Radiator hoses should be inspected as part of routine maintenance to ensure their integrity.
Some heater control valves will be located in the engine compartment at or near the passenger side firewall. Others are located behind the dashboard near the passenger footwell. Refer to the factory service manual for your vehicle to determine the exact location.
The heater core is located under the dash, in the passenger`s side, or the center console, inside the air distribution case. It`s part of the cabin temperature system and part of the engine`s cooling system.

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Coast of changing the heater hose under the manifold got the parts
ANSWER : Hi there. Unfortunately, we’re not able to complete repair service on a 2001 Jaguar Vanden Plas; as it is a specialty vehicle that should only be serviced by an authorized Jaguar certified mechanic. Thanks for contacting us and thinking of us.

Lost hose below two heater hoses and unable to find proper name for hose to replace it. Can you assist?
ANSWER : Hi there. The hose that you are describing sounds like the heater core by-pass hose. If the hose is short and straight, then it would be the heater by-pass hose. The heater by-pass hose it to by-pass the heating system until the engine is hot. If you need further assistance with your coolant hoses, then seek out a professional, such as one from Your Mechanic, to help you.

just got a oil change Car engine temp got really hot, oil spilled under the hood, loud screeching and smoke when the car is on
ANSWER : Hi there. I honestly hate hearing horror stories like this and am very sorry this has happened to you. There are several things that could have caused this issue, ranging from the oil service place forgetting to put the oil cap back on, tighten the oil pan bolt or the oil filter was improperly installed; causing the oil to spray, increase engine temperature and many other possible damage to internal engine components. The first thing I would do is contact the oil service location and inform them of the problems you have experienced. They should be given every opportunity to resolve and repair this issue; or at least, have an "accident claim" filled out by you; as it’s possible that major damage may have occurred. If they are unwilling to help, I would set up an oil leak inspection from one of our professional mechanics so they can determine where the oil is leaking from and any other damage that has occurred. In the best case scenario, the issue can be resolved easily.

Coolant leak from behind the intake manifold. 2000 Saturn SL
ANSWER : Hello – yes, this is one of the heater hoses, and a leak at that hose connection is the most likely source. I would recommend a heater hose replacement (for both heater and radiator hoses if they haven’t been changed) by a mobile, professional mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, who will come to your location, diagnose this problem, give you an accurate assessment of damage and cost estimate for repairs.

There’s a hose under the top radiator hose that seems to be leaking antifreeze. What hose is that and is it an easy fix?
ANSWER : Hi there. Usually the hose that’s directly under the top radiator hose is a return surge tank hose; typically coming from the radiator overflow coolant reservoir. Since winter is coming around soon, the best way to diagnose a coolant leak and to ensure it’s not your heater core of heater hose is to contact a professional mechanic and have them complete a coolant leak inspection. This service is the best way to eliminate the guess work and ensure you’re Chrysler 300 is repaired sooner rather than later.

installing a upper radiator hose, about an inch down the piece you slide the hose over has a raised lip, do i slide hose over lip
ANSWER : Hello, thank you for writing in. Correct, you want to place the hose clamp between the two raised lips. If the hose will willfully go over the second lip, that is fine. The goal is to have the hose beyond the first lip, and have that lip there to give the clamp something to hold the hose on with. The second lip is to give an area for the hose to recede down into so the hose clamp can get a good grip. The longer the hose stays in place, the more the hose will form to the area giving you a good seal.

My radiator hose is soft like I can squeeze it. I was checking for air in the line cause it feels like I got heat until I turn up
ANSWER : A faulty hose can not create this symptom. If a radiator hose can be squeezed, it only means there isn’t pressure in the cooling system, but this can indicate a problem. Cooling systems are designed to hold pressure. This raises the boiling point of the coolant so it can run above 212 degrees Fahrenheit. These signs suggest that maybe the thermostat is stuck open. A stuck open thermostat will allow the engine to cool to much once you drive for a short distance. Of course, pressure in the cooling system fluctuates for many reasons and you may be just squeezing the hose at a time when there isn’t any pressure. The best method to check the actual temperature of a motor is the use of an infrared thermometer. You can find one from you local auto parts store for not too much. A little steep, but the absolute best method to know what temperature your motor is running at.

If the temperature is correct, I would suspect you may have a clogged heater core. What does your cooling system look like? Is is very dirty or muddy looking? If so, a clogged heater core is very likely. You can check this by feeling the two heater hoses entering and exiting the heater core. They should both be warm or hot. The one that enters will be hotter than the one that exits. What’s important is one that is not cold. If you determine the heater core is plugged, there are methods to attempt and unplug it. I would do that two or three times before I decided to replace it. Assuming your attempts to unclog the core fail.

Air in the system can do this as well and air in the system can cause other problems too. Fill the cooling system through the radiator when the cooling system is cold before your first start of the day. Then top off the overflow container. The overflow jug is likely part of the pressurized cooling system. While your at it, make sure the radiator cap is good.

If all else is working properly, this about covers it. Other than an extremely dirty cooling system can cause restriction throughout the cooling system that can create this problem and more. A qualified professional from YourMechanic can come to your car’s location to diagnose the heater issue so that this gets properly repaired.

Overheating issue, when heater is on its normal temp. but if heater is off it begins to overheats, until heater is turn on again.
ANSWER : It sounds like your engine might have a restriction in the cooling system. If the cooling system has a restriction that prevents its flow, this will cause the engine to get hot. The heat is dissipated from the cooling system by means of the radiator.

When a restriction exists sometimes the radiator alone is not enough. The heater core is like a small radiator inside the dash and is also another means of dissipating the heat from the cooling system. So essentially when the heat is on you are introducing a second radiator into the system which will help to cool the engine down.

In order to get this fixed, consider YourMechanic, as one of our mobile technicians can come to your home or office to diagnose the overheating issue firsthand and help you make the necessary repairs.