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Old 10-09-2013, 09:32 PM
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Looking for parts, need some help.

I am looking for the parts labeled as 18599 & 1822715-CF in the diagram below. I have a small coolant leak where these two meet. I would like to replace them but am having a hard time locating the parts. Any help is appreciated, thanks.



heater hose brass fitting

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i dont see a diagram.



is it leaking from the thermostat housing? im just guessing
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Old 10-09-2013, 11:27 PM
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All that is is just a brass barbed nipple with 1/2 NPR pipe thread. Any hardware store has them. Lowes Home Depot.

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i dont see a diagram.



is it leaking from the thermostat housing? im just guessing
There are two fittings that connect one of the heater hoses to the passenger side head. It is leaking there...
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All that is is just a brass barbed nipple with 1/2 NPR pipe thread. Any hardware store has them. Lowes Home Depot.

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That sounds great. I'll see what I can find locally, thanks.
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hucorey, I don't have it off yet but I just went out to take a look and it looks larger than a 1/2". Are you sure it's not 5/8" or even a 3/4"? Thanks bud.
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Very sure the threaded part is 1/2" npt the barb is 3/4". Just take it off clean the threads, put on some pipe sealant (not thread tape). Unless its cracked.

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Very sure the threaded part is 1/2" npt the barb is 3/4". Just take it off clean the threads, put on some pipe sealant (not thread tape). Unless its cracked.

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Did this over the weekend, the fitting was finger tight. Thanks for the help!
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Did this over the weekend, the fitting was finger tight. Thanks for the help!
No problem. :thumbup:

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