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Turboflyer

Coolant hose PNs identification

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Well I knew it would be a big job but it needs to be done. I want to replace all the coolant hoses on my 01 Boxster S Tip. You would think it would be as simple as order the hoses.  When they arrive start the job. Not really.  I can not get a consistent PN reference from  any diagram showing the hoses. One source said just pull the hoses to get the number. Humm might be there might not. Besides I like to have everything I need before I start when at all possible. You all know its not like replacing the upper and lower on a chevy , right. But to pull all the hoses only find out, wrong part, back ordered, not available  is not how I would like to stat a job. Is there a source with up to date part numbers with a corresponding up to date diagram? Just being very hopeful. 

 

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2 hours ago, Turboflyer said:

Well I knew it would be a big job but it needs to be done. I want to replace all the coolant hoses on my 01 Boxster S Tip. You would think it would be as simple as order the hoses.  When they arrive start the job. Not really.  I can not get a consistent PN reference from  any diagram showing the hoses. One source said just pull the hoses to get the number. Humm might be there might not. Besides I like to have everything I need before I start when at all possible. You all know its not like replacing the upper and lower on a chevy , right. But to pull all the hoses only find out, wrong part, back ordered, not available  is not how I would like to stat a job. Is there a source with up to date part numbers with a corresponding up to date diagram? Just being very hopeful. 

 

 

I would suggest two options: Go to board sponsor Sumset Porsche’s online parts system which has full parts diagrams, or give them a call with your VIN and they will whip up a full list of all the parts involved.

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