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Surge Tank Hose Replacement Service & Cost

What is the Surge Tank Hose all about?

The cooling system is sealed when the radiator cap is tightened in place. Coolant expands when it is heated and contracts when it is cooled. When a closed system contains fluid that experiences expansion, the excess fluid needs to go somewhere. In a cooling system, the coolant is pushed into a reservoir known as a surge tank. The surge tank hose connects the tank to the radiator where the fluid comes from. When the engine is hot, the pressure builds in the radiator and some fluid pushes past the radiator cap seal to the overflow or surge tank hose. When the engine cools down, the fluid is drawn back into the system by vacuum that is created from its contraction. If the surge tank hose is cracked, broken or deteriorated, it should be replaced.

Keep in mind:

  • If the surge tank hose is not attached, your engine could draw air in and overheat due to an airlock.
  • The surge tank hose is rubber and will swell or deteriorate if exposed to oil.

How it's done:

  • The coolant is drained
  • The defective surge tank hose is removed
  • The new surge tank hose is installed
  • The coolant is filled and purged of air and checked for leaks
  • The vehicle is started and checked for cooling system operation

Our recommendation:

The surge tank hose is rubber and may need to be changed due to cracking or deterioration. If your surge tank hose begins to leak coolant, have one of our expert mechanics replace the hose.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Surge Tank Hose?

  • Hose is cracked and leaking.
  • Surge tank hose is no longer connected to the surge tank.
  • Engine overheats due to an airlock.
  • Hose swollen due to oil contamination.

How important is this service?

The cooling system operates as a whole. If one part doesn’t function as it should, the whole system is compromised. A leaking surge tank hose can draw air into the engine, causing an overheating condition which is damaging to engine components. Have a leaking surge tank hose replaced as soon as it is noted.

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Stefan
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I was very satified wth Stefan's work. He got to work right away and though it took a lot longer than the estimated time, I suspect it was due mostly to the difficult access conditions to the part. After the work was done, I was able to test the car today and found the problem was completely cured. The car no longer stalls at startup and is much easier to drive. I'd use this service agian - it is very convenient to have someone service my car at home. No lousy waiting area with very poor magazines for entertainment.
2001 TOYOTA SIENNA - THROTTLE BODY REPLACEMENT
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Justin
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Justin was on time, really friendly, explained everything he did, and I think he saved me a few hundred dollars. I had 3 issues. My car wouldn't shift out of park, and I knew from a previous inspection (by a different company) that I had some oil leaks and needed to replace 2 engine mounts. Justin fixed my shifting problem in seconds and told me how to fix it myself if it happened again. If it doesn't, no need for further work. He did a thorough inspection, tightened up something to remedy the leak and let me know I didn't have to replace my engine mounts yet. Someone unscrupulous could have easily charged me to repair and replace all of that stuff, but Justin was really honest and saved me money. I highly recommend him.
2004 HONDA ODYSSEY - CAR IS NOT SHIFTING INTO PARK INSPECTION
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Outstanding!!! Joseph came yesterday, and I've already recommended him to several people. I was a little nervous about trying a mobile service with somebody sight-unseen it, but I sure didn't need to be. It turned out to be a great experience – thanks mainly to the excellent ethics, training, and expertise of this very personable service technician. He arrived right at the agreed time, and was exceptionally knowledgeable, friendly, and efficient. And the cost through MyMechanic turned out to be about 30% less than taking the car to a garage. And it was A LOT more convenient. Very impressive. It was a refreshing experience compared to the mediocre (sometimes dishonest) work that is so common today. I plan to take advantage of Joseph's skills, without hesitation. (And, yes, the new brakes on the Silver Bullet work great!) Thank you, Joseph!
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Terry took the time to explain exactly what was wrong and what work needed to be done.
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