Chevrolet Tracker Lower Radiator Hose
About lower radiator hose
Radiator Hose is typically tube made of rubber material which controls the coolant flow from the pump to a heater for the engine. There are 2 separate types of hoses, namely the upper and the lower radiator hose. The tubes are made using synthetic rubber that has properties like resistance to vibrations, heat, friction and other cooling systems. Usually, the principles are developed and adapted according to the application requirements. A radiator hose uses a steel spring to stop the pump-driven connection.
What is the purpose of lower radiator hose?
The coolant flows to the bottom of the radiator, where the coolant in the engine is retracted. The lower radiator tubing is primarily a suction tubing. When the water pump turns, the refrigerant draws the radiator into the engine
How lower radiator hose works?
As the coolant moves in the vehicle's engine it returns through the lower radiator hose to the radiator. The lower radiator hose for the coolant pump stores the connection to the radiator only. The lower radiator hose attached to the vehicle's water pump accelerates the refrigerant flow of the engine and cools it as it circulates into the radiator at high speeds.
Where is lower radiator hose located?
The bottom radiator hose is not easy to see. You'll need to get underneath the car to find it and look for a small radiator hose connecting from the radiator to the car's heated wall.