#1 is the diagram that I recall my mechanic mentioning and recommending that I buy.
What vendor are these part numbers for?
After viewing the diagrams of the hoses, I am not seeing the part in question. I was told that the piece was part of the radiator itself and not an attached hose. Is this possible? If so, is replacing the radiator an extremely challenging job?
I have a personal mechanic who has worked on most of my issues post warranty. While his work thus far has been sufficient, I wonder about a job like a radiator replacement.
Great. What is the worst case scenario?
Sorry, I meant the worst case scenario regarding something going wrong mechanically. Could my engine be damaged, or anything else?
Do you mean, if I see those scenarios after the radiator replacement? Would monitoring the temperature gauge be enough to ensure it is not running hot and ensure avoiding an overheated engine?
I think the mechanic placed a plug on one of the hoses on the radiator. (He stated that I need a new radiator as opposed to a new hose.) I am in the process of ordering the radiator (which is why I contacted you for a second opinion). How long can I drive it if I replace the coolant on a daily basis until the radiator arrives?
Thanks so much. Well, I think that's it for now. Thanks for your patience and expertise. High marks from me.