Rubber radiator hose
The rubber radiator hose is an important part of the automobile engine cooling system. They are connected to the car's engine and radiator to cool the engine by carrying coolant and absorbing the excess heat generated.
The coolant then completes the cycle and returns to the radiator itself to release heat through the fins, and then continues the cycle again. This simple cycle is the basic process to prevent the car from overheating.
There are two radiator hoses in your engine. They are often referred to as "top" or "bottom" hoses, or "inlet" or "outlet" hoses. The inlet or top hose transports the coolant from the engine to the radiator, which becomes very hot after it passes through the engine block. Instead, the outlet or bottom hose sends the now cooled coolant from the radiator back to the engine.
If your radiator hose fails, they will surely leak coolant throughout the engine and cause the engine to overheat. This is dangerous and expensive to repair, so it is very important to check and replace the radiator hose at a familiar service center immediately.
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How often should the automobile rubber radiator hose be replaced?
Most car manufacturers recommend replacing the rubber radiator hose every four years. Of course, this will vary with the mileage-a car that drives a lot may need to change the hose earlier.
How to judge whether the rubber radiator hose needs to be replaced?
There are a few key things to focus on to see if the life of your rubber radiator hose is about to expire:
Kinks-Check the rubber radiator hose and watch for kinks or obvious signs of wear.
Stiff or brittle texture-Squeeze the rubber radiator hoses (only when they are cooling) and see how they feel. If the hose is soft and flexible, it does not need to be replaced. However, if the hose becomes hard, cracked or brittle, it needs to be replaced.
Surface cracks-When squeezing the hose, check for small cracks on the surface. These can easily become big problems because they are the main point of "blowing" the hose.
Bulges or bubbles-You can also check where the hose is connected to the inlet or outlet pipe. Look for bumps or bubbles around the hose clamp, as this is a sign of impending failure.
The rubber radiator hose can be used for a long time, but it is always better to replace the hose before it fails.
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