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Coolant hose identification

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Can anyone tell me what the part number of the hose identified in this picture as it has sprung a leak (hence the repair tape , :huh: )

I can't find it in PET?

Where does the other end go and is it eaily replaced without removing the engine?

Was thinking about splicing




Edited by gazzer1

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I don't have this black part under the cooling reservoir in my 996... this look like the vacuum line for the brake booster... try with 996 347 443 25, any kind of leak from that hose?

Edited by Doohan

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Got it! I don't have this part because I'm not a US spec... it's the air injection unit, the hose code is 996 113 239 55 before '99 and 996 113 239 56 after '00, the other end is on a shut-off valve (993 113 245 01) located behind the alternator, look at this thread

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