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Old October 20th, 2012, 12:12 PM
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To remove heater hose do you have to take dash out 2008 F150
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if its the hose NO, nothing but metal tube past the firewall

depending where the hose is leaking at
several options on what to do depending on your skill level and wallet

if the hose is leaking, you can cut out the bad part and add a new piece using pipe and hose clamps
being an '08 I suspect its leaking from where the hose is crimped onto the metal connector; you can replace the whole hose but not easily
look closely behind the hose connector at the fire wall
that fitting next to the fire wall is a quick connector, otherwise known as the connector I cant get my hands on
that plastic little thing on the side is the lock, consult a manual on whether you push or pull it to release the connector
take that loose and the hose will pull off, the other end is a factory hose clamp that can be replaced with a worm gear hose clamp

good luck and take some of the other things loose around the connector to make room for your hands


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Cool stuff.. Thanks for the post.
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^^^ Spammer ???

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There is very pleasantly to find people who have the same passion. I greet you:)

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