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Old 08-20-2016, 12:32 PM   #1
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Coolant Hose

We have a 2010 Allegro Red motor home, cummins engine; have a leak in the coolant hose. Would like to know location of hose & replacement
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Old 08-20-2016, 01:48 PM   #2
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OK I will bite, how do you know the hose is leaking, if you don't know where the hose is?


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I am sure someone here can help. Maybe a little more info will help.
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Yeah, my question too!

Uhhh, the coolant hoses are in the back, with the engine and the radiator. hey generally run between those two.

There is probably a hose that runs hot water to the front for the dash heating system too, so you could have a leak there as well.

Does this help any?
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That is just one of the problems with a coach with a rear radiator, the ability to see the motor. You may have to pull the floor in the bedroom to see anything or from the bottom looking up.
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Trust me on this... You WILL need to go in thru the floor, especially if it's the upper hose... Even then it's a major pain to get to both clamps...

Just had to have my upper replaced 3 weeks ago, so I know first-hand about this...
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