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msand9898

Need to ID this hose

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I'm looking to ID and get part number for this hose for my 2000 Porsche 996 c4.

 

I connects to expansion tank and has a "T" split that faces up. Mine is leaking right at "T" so I gotta by a new one.

 

Anyone?

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What is the part number of that smaller diameter hose that connects to the T and goes down into the middle of the engine area right by some of the pulleys?  And is this hose connected by a plastic fitting?  My car seems to have had this hose replaced long ago with non OEM parts by a novice mechanic.

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15 minutes ago, rhkwon said:

What is the part number of that smaller diameter hose that connects to the T and goes down into the middle of the engine area right by some of the pulleys?  And is this hose connected by a plastic fitting?  My car seems to have had this hose replaced long ago with non OEM parts by a novice mechanic.

What year and model is your car?

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13 hours ago, rhkwon said:

What is the part number of that smaller diameter hose that connects to the T and goes down into the middle of the engine area right by some of the pulleys?  And is this hose connected by a plastic fitting?  My car seems to have had this hose replaced long ago with non OEM parts by a novice mechanic.

It's 99610620850

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21 hours ago, Ahsai said:

What year and model is your car?

It's a 1999 C4 manual

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39 minutes ago, rhkwon said:

It's a 1999 C4 manual

99610620850 is the correct hose you are looking for then.

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