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Old 09-02-2008, 10:25 PM
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Cooling system Part #

Hey all,

I need to find the part# for the metal pipe that comes out of the top of the water pump that connects to the heater hose on a 96 mine has rusted through!!! Any help would be appreciated

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Is this what you are looking for? I dont know of those are the complete part numbers, but its from the ford service manual
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Is this what you are looking for? I dont know of those are the complete part numbers, but its from the ford service manual

No I am not looking for the t-stat housing if you enlarge that picture and look to the left of the t-stat there is a threaded hole just above the the wp impeller that is where that pipe I need is located!! Thanks anyway


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Oh , that piece. Sorry, I read your post wrong

For that small one, I would just go to a plumbing or a hose fitting place. They would probably be your cheapest and easiest, and also have a brass fitting that should never rust out again. Goodall rubber is the place around here I am thinking of, but I don't know if there is one of them in your neck of the woods
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