Use a screwdriver to loosen the bypass hose clamps and remove the hose. In some cases, the bypass plumbing uses a pipe instead of a rubber hose. These pipes, or hoses, are located near the thermostat housing. Follow the upper radiator hose to the entry port on the engine. Usually the thermostat is located inside the engine, in a housing where the upper hose is attached. The bypass hose is below the housing. The bypass hose is always much smaller than the radiator hose.
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Good video! Wasn't sure how to remove the bypass hose. Your video shows that it is a straight forward project. I always change the clamps, as it would be a pain to have to replace a bad clamp after is is put back together.
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