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24" Flexible Stainless Steel Upper or Lower Radiator Hose Kit Black

24" Flexible Stainless Steel Upper or Lower Radiator Hose Kit Black

Regular price Rs.6,000.00
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Application:
  • 24" For Universal Fitment. (Cars, Motorcycles, Trucks, Vehicles, Boats and etc.)

  • Hose ID:31mm. Used with radiator necks, water outlet connections.....
  • Vehicle compatibility charts are for REFERENCE ONLY. Check product type and size to match your needs.
Features and Benefits:
  • 100% quality assurance tested, more responsive, less expensive, easier to install.

  • Flexible design eliminates the hassle of finding a rubber hose with just the right bends.

  • Designed to replace your standard rubber radiator hoses, used for (Upper) Radiator Hose or(Lower) Radiator Hose.

  • Will not blow or rot out like a rubber one, constructed of stainless steel for corrosion resistance and long lasting good looks.

  • Cut to length, plenty enough hose to do either the (Upper) or(Lower).

Dimensions& Material:

  • Material: made of high quality Stainless Steel.
  • Color: Black

Package Included:

  • 1x24" Stainless Steel Radiator Hose;
  • 2x Aluminum Hose End Cap w/ Rubber Sleeves. (100% Brand New Never Used Or Installed)

Installation Steps:

  • 1. Remove old radiator hose.
  • 2-5. Install rubber sleeves to one end of new hose.
  • 6. Shape the stainless steel hose against old one.
  • 7. Cut off the excess.
  • 8. Install two ends caps.
  • 9. Install the stainless steel hose to car.

Symptoms of a Failing Radiator Hose

  • 1) Leaking Coolant

If you notice a puddle of green fluid beneath your vehicle, there’s a good chance your vehicle is leaking coolant.

  • 2) Engine Overheating

Your vehicle’s engine should never overheat. If you see this symptom, it means something is seriously wrong with the cooling system.

  • 3) Low Coolant

If your Low Coolant Light comes on, or you are having to constantly replenish the fluid, there’s probably a leak in the radiator hose.

  • 4) Collapsed Radiator Hose

You look under the hood and notice that the radiator hose has collapsed. Hoses collapse when they become soft or weak or, occasionally, due to a cooling system fault. .

  • 5) Radiator Hose is Broken

Radiator hoses can be broken in a variety of different ways. Inspect the hose for leaks, swelling, holes, collapsed, cracked, or wear.

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