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Leaking water link piece by alternator & aos , HELP !


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Today whilst removing my alternator(and boy was that a pain !) I cracked this plastic water(coolant) link (piece) shown here. Anyone know anything about the replacing of this piece ? I tried to read the part # but it's very tiny , I think it's

part # 996 106 22052 or 996 106 22051 ,

I can't seem to find a photo of it on any parts web site, but I don't want it to crack again. It looks like I could replace it with a brass connector or something similar, somewhere on this web site I thought someone mentioned that, as it could leak whilst driving, and metal or even pvc would probably work better than that black plastic, right

? This piece also has a small bracket attached to it, to secure it to the motor. Can anyone help me find this, what it's called, and where to get it ? I'm not even sure of the part # as it was distorted ? Thanks Dave, pic following I hope photo comes out on here ?

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Whoops ! Sorry to many pics :oops:

Here is another pic of this piece , to give a better idea, of what it is , and where to order it from beside driving 75 miles to the dealer. I'm thinking of just using any old type of a connector to connect the two hoses shown in the photo

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