Q: I have to replace an upper radiator hose, what steps must I take to access the hose and remove it.

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I have a leak in my coolant, I believe it to be coming from an old upper radiator hose. Are there any components around the hose that I must first remove to get to the radiator hose?

My car has 98162 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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