DIY how to fix replace Radiator Hose Coolant Leak Toyota 2009 Rav4 2006-2013

DIY how to fix replace Radiator Hose Coolant Leak Toyota 2009 Rav4 2006-2013

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YeuLaKho says:

Good work. They need to design easy access replacement hoses.

Jeremy Lee says:

Thanks for this! So from the looks of it, the cracking/damage wasn't actually visible or obvious until after you removed the clamp?

Also, is 16571-0V020 the part number for the 2009 Rav4 4cyl Base? I think there's a different part number if it's 6cyl right? Want to make sure I'm getting the right part if I were to pick one up from the dealership. Also, does the replacement hose definitely come with most clamps? I saw another video here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFwBGALSqyw, that he recommends upgrading the hose clamps with the kind you tighten using a screwdriver (rather than the squeeze ones).

Monir Mirdha says:

Did you guys end up cleaning up the coolant that fell onto other components? Won't that damage anything?

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