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Old September 11th, 2014, 03:23 PM
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There is a rubber hose that comes off the neck of radiator just below the cap, it is rubber then switches to a metal pipe (going across shroud) and back to rubber towards the engine, where it is leaking. I have looked high and low for a replacement and have come up with nothing. LMC the internet, is there a specific name for this hose/pipe?

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Yes Sir, here you go.
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looks like it goes into the throttle body, does it?

post a pic up close of where the leak is/throttle body

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Up close pics, I would just replace hose but it is attached to metal pipe via compression type fitting.
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that same hose leaked on my 302 before i did the swap. the steel pipe its attached to rusted through. if you live in a warm climate(dont have to worry about freezing) you can bypass it all together. i simply cut the bad portion of hose out, removed the hose on the bottom of the throttle body, and hooked them together... that system is intended to warm up the TB to keep it from freezing in cold climates.

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We have extremely high temps 110+ and low temps too. -0 below. I guess it would be wise not to bypass. As a temporary fix until I can find the original part, I'm sure running a full rubber hose wouldn't hurt. I'm thinking they went from rubber to metal is because of its location and it could possibly get pinched or cut. Thanks for the info.

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