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Old 09-17-2011, 12:09 AM   #1
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Can anyone identify the hose in this picture? I can't locate a replacement. Yes this is from a post a long time ago. The red circle is showing the leak at the bottom of the host. Finally taking care of it

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Coolant by pass hose. Should be able to get one at most auto parts stores.
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Thanks! Picking one up from AZ today. Much harder to find without the "bypass" keyword
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Also be sure that you get that nipple replaced as well that goes in to the top manifold. From the factory it is plastic, and it WILL break on you at some point. AZ should have that in metal as well. They are usually easier to pull out before they break.
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Are you talking about a piece which the bypass hose connects to? I already picked up the hose, haven't gotten started yet though. Is this worth going back for? Do you know what it'* called on their site by chance.

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The hose they gave looks quite a bit smaller than the picture, I'm hoping it'* just because the old one is misshapen and bulging. Grabbed a pressure tester too to make sure everything is sealed and fixed. Time to stop buying coolant!
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It is a fairly small hose, that just simply curls around under the alternator. I don't recall the exact part number, but I will try and remember what it is called, and track it down.
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That would be great. I'll probably start sometime early afternoon, if it'* something I'll have to flush the coolant system for it probably won't happen until it needs to unless I grab it in the morning. No worriesif you don't come across it
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Do you guys recommend just replacing the heater hose and upper radiator hose as long as I'm draining the cooling system? I've already replaced the lower radiator hose previously.

I see AZ has fittings for the heater hose similar to what you're describing in metal, are there fittings for the bypass hose?
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If it is what I think you are talking about, then yes. They came stock with plastic units. You will want to replace it before it breaks. It wouldn't hurt to replace the upper radiator hose, it is easy enough to replace on its own anyway though.
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