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I recently had to replace the air filter housing unit on my Daughters 2002 CRV. Repair seemed to go off without a hitch until the next day when her car overheated. Discovered that one of the coolant hoses that connect to the hose between the housing and engine had sprung a leak, Likely when I removed the little clamp during the repair.

I'm honestly not sure what these 2 hoses do, and it wasn't easy to see where they run to/from. Can anyone please identify what part(s) this hose part is and is it something that can be easily replaced?

Right now we have to fill the radiator every time before she leaves and in the hot Memphis weather, she cant drive it too long before needing a refill.

Thank you in advance for any help you can provide. crvhousing.jpg
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