Car problems can put people into great worries. It will help you to diagnose the problem carefully and fix it immediately. One such reason behind not heating up the lower radiator might be the improper amount of coolant in the engine. The coolant is elated in and out of the radiator by upper and lower hoses.
Radiators are classified according to the direction that the coolant flows through them. The two types of radiators are the downflow and crossflow. A transmission oil cooler is often placed in the radiator on vehicles with automatic transmissions. It is a small tank enclosed in one of the main radiator tanks. Since the transmission fluid is hotter than engine coolant, heat is removed from the fluid as it passes through the radiator and cooler. In downflow radiators, the transmission oil cooler is located in the lower tank. In a crossflow radiator, it is located in the tank having the radiator cap.
What Is the Difference Between the Upper and Lower Radiator Hose?
Hoses perform a range of important functions to keep your car running safely - whether it's sending fluid to the windscreen washer or circulating coolant around the engine. To read more about our full range of coolant and heater hoses and how they were manufactured click here. All our 'Prestige Parts' branded products are supplied with a 3 year warranty.