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Old 01-02-17, 03:43 PM   #1
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Drove home bout 20mins got home noticed steam coming out of front of van. Opened bonnet and saw this pipe hanging there. Any ideas where it's meant to go.
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Old 01-02-17, 06:40 PM   #2
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Looks like it the fuel filter drain hose not related to cooling system
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Old 01-02-17, 06:54 PM   #3
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It is connected to that tank at the front tho
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looks like an over-flo pipe from the header tank...did it have steam comming from it?
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Yes and some water
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check water level ....not too high up the tank...check cap seal....does it overheat?
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No thankfully doesn't overheat. And water level seems to be OK. Just looking to find where that hose attaches to
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Old 06-02-17, 01:13 PM   #8
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Ok I have found out that pipe isn't meant to connect to anything. It's a breather pipe. It should clip at side of radiator then bend round to sit at front of radiator
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correct, it is simply an overflow/breather. If your fluid level is fine are you sure its not overheating? Do your fans kick in when the engine gets hot?
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I'm sure they do yes
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