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Old 06-13-2018, 08:25 AM
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Ive dont have pictures since my problem occurred at 4 am this morning driving to work. I am Leaking coolant from an ~1inch diameter hose that is underneath the intake manifold between cylinders 1 and 2. there is a crack in the hose and you can hear it leaking pressure after the car is turned off.
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So replace it.
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So replace it.
Im going to.. that is why im asking if anyone knows what it is so i can get it ordered asap. My stook is my only car and DD and i have a 40mi commute to work. so im in a bit of a pinch right now.
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Picture would be helpful or you could try to find right part from part diagrams. For example: https://www.hondapartsnow.com/
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Try looking at Majestic Honda parts online for expanded pictures of the system you want.
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Picture would be helpful or you could try to find right part from part diagrams. For example: https://www.hondapartsnow.com/

i believe it is 11
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Lastly I want to ask if anyone know the nature of this bypass and when it lets coolant through. I am wondering if I will make 40 miles of highway driving back to my house.
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For the time being, you can get a universal hose from Autozone/Advanced Auto/any parts store.Depending on the size, it should run you a few dollars. You just need to make sure the hose is big enough to slip over the coolant inlet/outlet. When I did my FIPK install, I did this with the throttle body coolant line as you have to replace some of the hard lines anyways.
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If you overheat engine even just a little bit, its game over for the motor.

It might be worth either flatbed home, or leave car at work (if secure there), Uber home, get tools and a temp hose, Uber back to work, make repair. Then make real repair when oem hose arrives.

Rrplace lost coolant before driving! If heater isn't burning your fingers hot, do not drive it!
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i suppose you could blast your heater on full heat and full fan speed set to the top front vents, and place your hand next to the vent. if it ever doesn't burn your hand you can pull over. i don't recommend this, just a suggestion if you decide to take a chance and drive the car.
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