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How to remove Chery Very coolant pipe

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Do you know how to install coolant pipe in your auto, you can see instructions how to replacing coolant pipe very easy and efficient way!
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What damage can overheating an engine cause on a Chery Very 2012?

Severe Engine Damage from Engine Overheating: Cracked Engine Block. Just like the cylinder head can warp from excess heat, so can the engine block. As superheated areas of the engine block expand and contract, it can form cracks leading to significant oil leaks, loss of performance and further overheating.

What happens if coolant pipe on a Chery Very breaks?

If your coolant hose has a leak, it will fail to transfer coolant from the radiator or engine towards the water pump. This creates damage for the rest of your vehicle. Your coolant hose is not attached properly.

How hot should 2013 Chery Very Run?

Under normal conditions, it's typically in the 180-200F range.

How long does it take to replace coolant hose on a Chery Very?

The average time for a coolant hose replacement is around one to two hours.

When should I replace my Chery Very coolant hose?

Coolant hoses typically last several years, though anything longer than 10 years may be pushing the limits. Rubber weakens with age and from repeated exposure to hot coolant, so the older they get the higher chance they'll leak and cause the engine to overheat.

How do I know if my AC has a Chery Very coolant leak?

What Are the Signs of an Air Conditioning Coolant Leak?
  1. Warm Air Coming From Registers. The first sign of an air conditioning coolant leak is warm air coming from the system's registers
  2. Hissing Sounds. A HVAC unit that is working properly should never make hissing noises
  3. Frozen Coils

What is the most common 2013 Chery Very coolant hose failure?

Regular hoses were commonly replaced when a vehicle was crashed and there was damage to the front (the radiator) because, in that case, the hose would often be damaged as well.

How do you remove a Chery Very hose?

How To Remove Chery Very Hose - Here you go I have an example it's a Chery Very hose right here as you can see there's a clip right here right. And what you got to do is pull this back. And you pull this back.

How do you fix a broken radiator on a 2011 Chery Very pipe?

You'll need to drain the radiator and then clean the the surface around the holes so that the epoxy bonds to the rad. Apply the epoxy to the holes according to the manufacturer's instructions and allow to dry thoroughly. Once dry, you can then refill the radiator and the leak should hopefully have stopped.

Where does coolant on a Chery Very usually leak from?

One common place of a coolant leak is the radiator pan gasket. The drain plug can also cause leaking, and if the cap that seals the radiator can no longer contain the pressurized coolant, it will leak or spray out from underneath.
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Comments on how to fix coolant pipe on a Chery Very:
Hey do u think I need a lift to do the job or I think I can do it as long as I Jack It up high enough
Again thank you. As I consider the purchase of a Cayenne, I had often heard of this problem, and have shied away from the pre-2008 models because of this issue. Good to know that if I find an earlier one that I like, what I would be facing in terms of costs to correct this oversight by Porche. Disappointing really from them, but I guess the pressure to keep margins high gets to even the best companies.
Thanks for the video David. Have a great day!
With what you have done to your car have you upgraded your crank hub? I have a f80 m3 and was doing some research. Some people say to change it and some say don't waste your money. So far all I have done is downpipes, intakes and charge pipes.
I’m sure thermostat should be closed till it gets up to temperature then opens.otherwise it will be closed especially when cold.
You didn't show how you got that POS back in there...what a totally shit design, if the retard design engineers used a metal tube like my Camry we would have never had this failure in the first place.
Class act mister Pike!
Where would I see coolant leaking from if I need to replace the valley pan or transfer pipe?
Ours was 88,000
you still sound like a professional instructor and are very easy to follow. thanks and stay safe
Mind is leaking is the same area, do I have to replace that heat exchange cover gasket? Please help.
How much did this job cost? I have a B8 S4 with a nice coolant leak and want to know what I'm in for. Not sure if its the PVC, pipe
Having recently done a VR6 Crackpipe myself, I found that the extra work in removing the alternator and the SAI pump are worth it in the long run, especially when it comes to accessing the oil cooler coolant hoses. I'm sure there are flat-rate guys out there who're gonna hate me for saying it (HI, THOMAS), but I'll take 'easy' over 'quick' any day. ;) Great series so far! Very comprehensive, and I'm sure this'll be a huge help to folks wanting to tackle it on their own!
Thats one of the better videos thank you for sharing
Where did you get that inlet hose and was the part that goes on the turbo offset?
What is that part called at 7:10
does not stick to a wet surface.
Dealership wanted 4hr ($400)+ $60 coolant + $120 for the three gaskets. So $580 total for dealer Or $40 for the gaskets from online ... Subaru parts dealer $20 for 1 gallon Subaru coolant from parts store. And half a day. We had just done the full timing belt and water pump ourselves. Still cost about $350 in parts. But if you take into account the front diffs and cvt fluid as well as spark plugs and filters you can easily save yourself way over $1000. And you know it was done right. I know the dealer tech would not have spent the extra hour to perfectly clean the intake ports as well as the manifold. I also smoothed out the screws on the throttle blade. She has never run so smooth. You can hardly feel the engine running. I guarantee our 10+yo Subaru could hold its own against a brand new Subaru both in performance and reliability.