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Old 03-09-2013, 07:02 PM   #1
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Trying to find the part number for the "curly q" heater hose on my NA. (purple arrow)
Can't find it on Rockauto, and all of the big box folks look at me like I'm a mongoloid when I describe it.

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Use the O'Reilly website.
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It is either this one or this one. I have always found OEM for that hose has been the best.
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I use Gates hoses and they are just as good as OEM. I'm replacing everything with silicone though on both cars.
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I use Gates hoses and they are just as good as OEM. I'm replacing everything with silicone though on both cars.
Between all my local parts stores I have never found the correct hose for that position that I have not needed to custom cut to fit out of a larger hose.
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That second link looks like it might work. Just found out the GM "reroute" hose I bought has a much larger ID than both the radiator and Kia water necks. Awesome.

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That second link looks like it might work. Just found out the GM "reroute" hose I bought has a much larger ID than both the radiator and Kia water necks. Awesome.
I posted both links because if you look at the parts diagram pictures in them it seems they have the wrong hose picture with the wrong part number. It could just be a simple mistake on their web page. I would give them a call and verify over the phone when you order just to be safe.
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