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1993 Plymouth Colt Radiator Coolant Hose Gates

P311-5732C21    W0133-1955695  New

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1993 - Plymouth Colt
Gates
1996 Plymouth Voyager Radiator Coolant Hose Gates

P311-4DE7879    W0133-1670470  New

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$21.10
Gates Radiator Coolant Hose
  • w/o Heavy Duty Cooling
  • Lower
Brand: Gates
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1996 - Plymouth Voyager
Gates
1996 Plymouth Voyager Radiator Coolant Hose Gates

P311-5E4E622    W0133-1634593  New

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$14.88
Gates Radiator Coolant Hose
  • Upper
Brand: Gates
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1996 - Plymouth Voyager
MacKay
1996 Plymouth Voyager Radiator Coolant Hose MacKay

P311-3852D1B    W0133-1939938  New

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$48.78
MacKay Radiator Coolant Hose
  • with Heavy Duty Cooling
Brand: MacKay
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1996 - Plymouth Voyager
Gates
2000 Plymouth Neon Radiator Coolant Hose Gates

P311-5991D15    W0133-1905166  New

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$20.64
Gates Radiator Coolant Hose
Brand: Gates
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2000 - Plymouth Neon
Goodyear
2000 Plymouth Neon Radiator Coolant Hose Goodyear

P311-350BECD    W0133-1905166  New

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$23.16
Goodyear Radiator Coolant Hose
  • - Trim to Fit
Brand: Goodyear
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2000 - Plymouth Neon
Gates
1999 Plymouth Breeze Radiator Coolant Hose Gates

P311-0717469    W0133-1669290  New

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$15.53
Gates Radiator Coolant Hose
Brand: Gates
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1999 - Plymouth Breeze
Dayco
1993 Plymouth Laser Radiator Coolant Hose - Lower 4 Cyl 1.8L Dayco

P311-5EE5731    71850  New

Qty:
$14.00
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Lower
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 17
Brand: Dayco
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Vehicle Block CC CID Position
1993 - Plymouth Laser L 1755 107 Lower
Dayco
1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 6 Cyl 3.3L Dayco

P311-058872C    71862  New

Qty:
$11.87
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 1/4
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • Hose Type: Dual I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 14 1/2
Brand: Dayco
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1996 - Plymouth Grand Voyager V 3301 201 Upper
Dayco
1996 Plymouth Breeze Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 4 Cyl 2.0L Dayco

P311-4F78B47    71832  New

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$13.56
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 1/4
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 1/4
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 13 1/2
Brand: Dayco
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1996 - Plymouth Breeze L 1996 122 Upper
Dayco
1976 Plymouth Arrow Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 4 Cyl 1.6L Dayco

P311-5C4B1E1    70806  New

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$13.16
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 11
Brand: Dayco
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1976 - Plymouth Arrow L 1597 98 Upper
Dayco
1981 Plymouth Arrow Pickup Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 4 Cyl 2.0L Dayco

P311-5C4B1E1    70806  New

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$13.16
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Cut to Fit
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 11
Brand: Dayco
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1981 - Plymouth Arrow Pickup L 1997 122 Upper
Dayco
1979 Plymouth Arrow Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 4 Cyl 2.6L Dayco

P311-5C4B1E1    70806  New

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$13.16
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Cut to Fit w/o A.C.
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 11
Brand: Dayco
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Vehicle Block CC CID Position
1979 - Plymouth Arrow L 2555 156 Upper
Dayco
1999 Plymouth Neon Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper Dayco

P311-287D21E    71695  New

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$12.27
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Cut to Fit w/A.C.
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 9/32
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 9/32
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 14
Brand: Dayco
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1999 - Plymouth Neon Y Upper
Dayco
1998 Plymouth Neon Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper Dayco

P311-5C04851    71794  New

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$14.48
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • w/A.C.
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 11/32
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 11/32
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 13
Brand: Dayco
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1998 - Plymouth Neon Y Upper
Dayco
1996 Plymouth Grand Voyager Radiator Coolant Hose - Lower 6 Cyl 3.3L Dayco

P311-0354AB5    71863  New

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$15.91
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Lower
  • Std. Rad.
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 9
Brand: Dayco
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1996 - Plymouth Grand Voyager V 3301 201 Lower
Dayco
1955 Plymouth Belvedere Radiator Coolant Hose - Lower 8 Cyl 3.9L Dayco

P311-1AC758C    70081  New

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$13.16
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Lower
  • Cut to Fit
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 12
Brand: Dayco
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1955 - Plymouth Belvedere V - 239 Lower
Dayco
1960 Plymouth Belvedere Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 8 Cyl 5.9L Dayco

P311-1AC758C    70081  New

Qty:
$13.16
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Cut to Fit
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 12
Brand: Dayco
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1960 - Plymouth Belvedere V 5917 361 Upper
Dayco
1963 Plymouth Valiant Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 6 Cyl 2.8L Dayco

P311-1AC758C    70081  New

Qty:
$13.16
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Cut to Fit w/o A.C.
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 1/2
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 12
Brand: Dayco
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1963 - Plymouth Valiant L 2786 170 Upper
Dayco
1989 Plymouth Colt Radiator Coolant Hose - Upper 4 Cyl 1.8L Dayco

P311-3E2D269    70815  New

Qty:
$11.65
Dayco Radiator Coolant Hose  Upper
  • Cut to Fit
  • Curved Radiator Hose
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color: Black
    • Contains Heat Shield: N
    • Contains Protective Sleeve: N
    • End 1 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • End 2 Inside Diameter: 1 5/16
    • Hose Type: Single I.d. Hose
    • Material: Epdm
    • SAE Specification: Sae J20r4 Class D-1, Sae J1684 Type Ec
    • Trunk Height: 12
Brand: Dayco
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Vehicle Block CC CID Position
1989 - Plymouth Colt L 1754 107 Upper

Latest Plymouth Repair and Radiator Hose Installation Advice

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Bleeding the Radiator

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Question From kingjim9 on Bleeding the Radiator

I'm replacing the radiator & lower radiator hose on my '94 Plymouth Acclaim. Whenever I'm done though i was wondring how do i bleed the air out from the system. Is it as simple as just running it for a while with the radiator cap off? If so how long do i let it run?

Thanks in advanced, Jim

Response From way2old

You can jack up the front end to where the radiator filler is the highest point in the system. Fill with coolant. Then run the vehicle until the temperature goes to normal or high normal temperature. Shut vehicle off and wait for a few minutes. Top off coolant and repeat. This should get the air out.

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

ive also found it helpfull to put the cars HVAC on full heat. for two reasons. it allows coolant into the heater core and gets any trapped air out.

also the heat of the air coming out of the vents is a good gauge of air in the system.

if you have a constant HOT not warm flow of air out of the vents your good to go. you will see as your bleeding the system the air from the vents will be cold, warm, cold again, warm, HOT, warm, HOT..

and thats just the air pockets circulating through the system working their way to the highest point which should be your open radiator

Response From kingjim9

but do I have the radiator cap off during this process?

Response From way2old

yes

Response From kingjim9

Thanks, I appreciate all your help. Its running good now.

Hey one mor thing... Do you think a recycling center would give me any deceant money for the old aluminum rad?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Jumping in here: Metal are at an all time high. Ask at even junkyards as I see them advertizing for old household appliances and high prices for junk cars in any condition!

Copper, converters, aluminum and more are precious metal and worth $$ in many cases now,

T

Overheating

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Question From kingjim9 on Overheating

Ok well my car's at it again, its a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim 4cyl 2.5l 94,500 miles. Somethings causing it to overheat, the temperature gauge doesn't ever reach all the way to the H mark but somethings causing the coolant to flow back into the reserve bottle, in which case it flows out of this little valve like thing on the side, then the radiator takes fluid back from the reserve leaving the reserve practically empty.

Additional details:

The fan kicks on and off, I've felt the thermostat opening and closing normally. But theres something wrong with the heat in the car. It only works on the defrost setting and when the fan is on low, if i switch it to high it just blows air.

I'm not sure if i need a heater core or what?

Thanks,

Jim

Response From dave284

It sound like a partialy stopped up heater core,if you can reach the core lines/hoses under the hood, feel the inlet and outlet both should be about same temp.

Response From kingjim9

I'll take a look and see if I can find them. Then take it for a drive and feel them. I'll get back to u guys thanks.

Response From kingjim9

I could only find one hose. It comes out right under the water pump & goes across the engine and goes right through the firewall in the center of the car.

Also I just drove it a mile & back and when i parked it in front of my house theres a large amount of steam rising up above the oil filter.

Response From Double J

Get the system pressure tested ...Autozone rents a cooling system pressure tester..
See if you can find the source of the steam...possibly this could be a headgasket problem...water pump problem...
Does this push coolant back into reservoir right away or after awhile ?
If your seeing steam,thats a good sign to assist in finding the problem BUT a bad sign as well ,depending on what the problem is..
Has the thermostat ever been changed?
Does the upper radiator hose get hot to the touch after the engine reaches operating temp?
Any work been done at all?..if so ,describe..

Response From kingjim9 Top Rated Answer

Yes the upper radiator hose heats up. And the coolant backflows after a while. Within the last 2-1/2 years no work has been done on the cooling system. The only thing done recently was an oil change. It had been a while sinced I changed the oil last and when i started seeing steam coming from above the oil filter i assumed that it needed changed so i did. I put about 20 miles on it since that and it began showing steam above the filter again. The temperature gauge inside never goes up to the H side indicating its overheating. It stays within normal range once the vehicle reaches operating temp.

The head gasket did have to be replaced back in '05. The also did some tested to make sure there were no cracks with the engine or something. I don't suspect the head gasket just because the antifreeze is as green as green can be and the oil doesn't appear to have any water in it. I'll get the pressure test done soon.

Response From Guest

Heater core certainly could be a possibility.

What I do wonder is How can you tell when the thermostat opens or closes by feel? I'm curious for I've never heard that before.

Hope you take no offense.

Response From kingjim9

well i was telling that by feeling the upper radiator hose after driving. It comes from the thermostat and it gets warm so i can tell that fluid is flowing through it.

Radiator replacement no heat in cabin

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Question From mike hammer on Radiator replacement no heat in cabin

I have just replaced the radiator in my 93 plymouth acclaiam ( 2.5 litre). The replacement operation was easy enough and went well but with the new rad installed i am getting no heat in the drivers compartment, the old rad broke quite seriously during a 200 kilometre trip and as far as i can tell emptied completely except for the liquid in the large rubber hose which exits the rad at the bottom and connects to what i believe to be the water pump. I refilled the new rad to the point that it would take no more fluid and during a short test drive realized that there was no heat. Does this hose need to be filled with fluid\primed does the water pump need to be filled with liquid and what is the chance i have burned out the water pump. The heater seemed to have worked very briefly (2 minutes).I do not know if I have neglected to do something during the rad swap and would apreciate any help. With the rad cap off I can see the fluid move in the rad when i start the car. Am i supposed to fill the rad with the car started and the heater on or just with the engine off. Thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

There could be damage from overheating but for now heater isn't working because it's still low on coolant IMO.

You can fill a running engine but begin from cool/cold and it may burp back at you so beware of that. It will drop level when thermostat opens - can't be totally filled just once so easy so expect that. Don't add to totally hot engine and if adding while running do so VERY slowly at radiator or tank but SLOWLY is a key to not causing shock of new cool, coolant to the engine. Chances are pump is not the issue at the moment.

BEWARE OF WARM/HOT ENGINES AND OPENING A COOLING SYSTEM! FEEL FOR PRESSURE WITH A GLOVE AS NEEDED ON A LARGER HOSE LIKE UPPER RADIATOR HOSE TO KNOW IF SAFE TO ATTEMPT TO OPEN AND BY TEMPERATURES OBSERVED!

T

Response From mike hammer

when i rechecked the coolant level i found i could add about 1 cup of fluid i then started the engine with the in cabin heat on maximum at which point i was able to add 1 cup more i then stopped the engine and poked around at the hoses. The large black hose on the bottom of the rad that goes to the water pump seemed to be only partially tull of liquid i squeezed this hose many times at which point an air bubble appeared in the refilling hole at the top of the rad . I continued squezing this hose many times and air continued to rise to the surface to the point where in total i was able to add about a litre of coolant. I now have heat in the cabin the hose doesnt seem to release any more air when i squeeze it and the rad will accept no more coolant. I have heat and everything seems ok but i dont understand why the hose was not full because it is at the very bottom of the system. Is there anything that could account for this. When i feel the hose now it is very heavy and seems to be full of coolant. The heat works and everything is working but i wonder if the overly complicated refilling process could be indicative of other problems. Would apreciate your overvue of the problem. Thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok: Glad it's up and working now. Purging air can be a nightmare. I tried to explain with a link here.......

http://autoforums.carjunky.com/Automotive_Repair_C1/Heating_or_AC_Issues_F8/Purging_Air_out_of_Cooling_Systems_P36410/

True - when squeezing a hose if you see air bubbles come up there's air - duh - and coolant returns. Car is supposed to do that on an ongoing basis so normally it's just a problem when it's been drained for any reason and refilled. Air could be sucking in thru odd leaks when system cools instead of drawing it back from recovery tank OR vapor (essentially air) is getting in thru a head gasket flaw as the combustion pressures far exceed the cooling system pressures.

If the problem recurs you should check for exhaust gasses in the recovery bottle and other testing for head gasket issues before it gets any worse. Plain pressure test may help find a problem too.

Air in lower hose is a bit odd but you need to understand that the thermostat is a trap and locks up sometimes air tight and disallows flow. I would think lower hose would just let air rise on its own but it's possible to get trapped there or almost anywhere.

Whatever you do, do keep an eye on it and you will know if heat quits there's more air. Now that it's working it really must be new air introduced and not just hidden now so be warned,

T

Response From mike hammer

Car now overheating and in cabin heat works sporadically. I have drained the rad and will now re-recheck all hoses and clamps. When i removed the rad hose to the water pump a great deal of liquid poured out of the engine\pump side but what seemed like very little from the hose side. With the pump side of the hose connected and the rad side disconnected can i fill this hose with water/coolant and start the car as a water pump diagnostic( if the water in the hose gets sucked away then the pump works ?). I replaced the thermostat after the last cooling/ heating failure in hopes it was simply stuck or broken it seems to have made no difference.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It's time to test for head gasket failure - been long enough without purging itself so test for exhaust gasses, pressure test system etc.,

T