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Hello all, I have a hose that is in need of replacement but I don't know what it's for. It's twords the rear of the engine down lower, I've looked around for a diagram or an exploded view but can't find anything, I'm assuming it's a radiator line but idk. I guess I could just disconnect it and I'm sure I'll find out real quick what's in it. 

Also are these hoses cut and sold to fit or do we need to just buy (whatever) length of hose and just get it in there?

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