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  1. Hello there, first of all thanks for all of you guys working this forum. I've been able to fix this 626 I got. I'll be short: I've been experiencing coolant loss, checked all hoses, no punctures, my overflow tank "over fills" and I get coolant out (I top it just a tad bit over low level, say, mid level, and after driving for a relative mid distance I check the tank and it's topped). So I checked the hose that's below the overflow tank (overflow tank needs replacing, will get this weekend), disconnected it and blew air inside and into what I call "thermostat housing", and to my
  2. Hello,I noticed in the below video there is a hose that they remove from the side of the air filter box to get to the air filter. When I checked my engine, I noticed it was not there. I'm curious if the pictures attached show where the hose goes and what hose this is that I'm missing, if any? The top picture is taken from the passenger side aiming towards the driver side. The middle picture is taken from the driver side aiming toward the passenger side. The bottom picture is a general reference of the location that I'm talking about. Step 2 of this video shows the hose https://www.ca
  3. While diagnosing an idle issue i found this piece of hose with a screw in it going nowhere http://www.mediafire.com/view/dppcfkuu4yhkais/image201607040004.jpg its under the VRIS shuttter on the left side of the intake manifold http://www.mediafire.com/view/3bi0c5zn00c1cl1/image201607040005_2.jpg anyone know where this goes to? I also found a lose hose connecting to this http://www.mediafire.com/view/5otairdf4b4ihms/image201607040001.jpg, heres it removed, http://www.mediafire.com/view/tdrbr880ayasolr/image201607040003.jpg it only has the one hole and no other connectors, it ha
  4. The car has been leaking lately after a new alternator was put in and we thought it was the heater core. Now it turns out this pipe looking thing (in the link) is the source. No one seems to know what it is and I was wondering if you all could help. Thanks! http://i61.tinypic.com/2wghl6w.jpg
  5. I posted a video on youtube here is the link: Could someone please watch it and let me know where that little hose is supposed to connect to. I have a 2000 Mazda 626 and it has been heating up, I was wondering if the fact that this hose is only connected at the bottom and not at the other end has anything to do with the fact that my car heats up. Thank you so much.
  6. Hey All, For the past few weeks I have been noticing a mysterious but fairly rapid loss of coolant. I have identified the source as this hose coming off my coolant reservoir, which apparently does not connect to anything, or has popped off it's usual spot. I could use some help identifying it so I know where to reattach it, or if I just need to plug it up! I have attached a photo, it is the hose on the right side, the one which loops under the one on the left, again it is not attached to anything and after running the car, it hisses and gurgles and coolant drips out. I looked at my Hayne's ma
  7. hello, for about a month now, any time i drive my car i loose coolant and i don't know where its going. i have to keep toping off the reservoir with antifreeze. sometimes when im driving it just starts to overheat because all the coolant is gone, and when i check the reservoir theres none in it at all, just some left in the engine. theres a very small amount of smoke coming out the tail pipe, but i dont thinks its enough for the amount of coolant im loosing. (about half a reservoir every other day!) so i dont think its the head gasket. my only thought it that its leaking out a bad hose when
  8. Ladies and Gents, my nephew's 98 V6 w/ 100,000 miles has a bad case of splitting heater hoses. He replaced one from the heater core to the thermostat housing, but another one split the following week and I have no clue as to how to get it off. The hose connects to a solid steel pipe that runs under the fuel rail and presumably to the water pump area of the engine. The problem is I can't get to the spring clamp under the fuel rail. Is there an easier way, or does he need to invest in a pair of bent-nose pliers to get at the hidden clamp? I'm definitely replacing those spring clamps with sc
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