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2016 Land Rover LR4 Engine Coolant Pipe Eurospare

P311-1E9AA75    W0133-1979731  New

Qty:
$22.51
Eurospare Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Water Pump to Oil Cooler Inlet
  • Includes O-Ring
Brand: Eurospare
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2016 - Land Rover LR4
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2010 BMW X5 Engine Coolant Pipe AGA Tools - Collapsible Type Kit

P311-28C07A3    W0133-1898692  New

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AGA Tools Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Feed : Water Pump thru Valley Pan
  • Collapsible-type kit. Uses internal threads to hold in expanded position. R equired to also replace: (1) 11 14 7 507 278 intake valley pan, (2) 11 61 7 521 181 intake manifold gasket, (1) 11 51 7 508 535 water pump gasket, (1) 11 51 7 507 717 water pump o-ring, (1) 11 51 1 439 976 water return pipe.
  • Collapsible Type Kit
Brand: AGA Tools
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2010 - BMW X5 N62B48B
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2004 BMW X5 Engine Coolant Pipe 8 Cyl 4.8L Vaico

P311-593776D    W0133-1889782  New

Qty:
$23.44
Vaico Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Return : Pump to Valley Pan
Brand: Vaico
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2004 - BMW X5 V 8 Cyl 4.8L - 4837
Vaico
1998 BMW Z3 Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 2.8L Vaico - Plastic

P311-170532A    W0133-1786572  New

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$69.88
Vaico Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Production: 09/1998-, Water Pump to Radiator Outlet Hose
  • Plastic
Brand: Vaico
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1998 - BMW Z3 L 6 Cyl 2.8L - 2793 Fr:09-00-98
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1998 BMW Z3 Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 2.8L Genuine - Plastic

P311-50150C2    W0133-1786572  New

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$117.55
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 09/1998-, Water Pump to Radiator Outlet Hose
  • Plastic
Brand: Genuine
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1998 - BMW Z3 L 6 Cyl 2.8L - 2793 Fr:09-00-98
Vaico
2002 BMW Z3 Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 3.0L Vaico - Plastic

P311-170532A    W0133-1786572  New

Qty:
$69.88
Vaico Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Water Pump to Radiator Outlet Hose
  • Plastic
Brand: Vaico
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2002 - BMW Z3 L 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2979
Genuine
2002 BMW Z3 Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 3.0L Genuine - Plastic

P311-50150C2    W0133-1786572  New

Qty:
$117.55
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Water Pump to Radiator Outlet Hose
  • Plastic
Brand: Genuine
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2002 - BMW Z3 L 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2979
Febi
2007 Mini Cooper Engine Coolant Pipe Febi - with Clip

P311-083A4D7    W0133-1949235  New

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$35.53
Febi Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Water Pump to Thermostat
  • Includes O-Ring.
  • with Clip
Brand: Febi
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2007 - Mini Cooper Hatchback
Genuine
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Coolant Pipe Genuine - w/o Clip

P311-38CD0A2    W0133-1949235  New

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  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Water Pump to Thermostat
  • Includes O-Ring.
  • w/o Clip
Brand: Genuine
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2015 - Mini Cooper N18B16C
Febi
2015 Mini Cooper Engine Coolant Pipe Febi - with Clip

P311-083A4D7    W0133-1949235  New

Qty:
$35.53
Febi Engine Coolant Pipe
  • Water Pump to Thermostat
  • with Clip
Brand: Febi
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2015 - Mini Cooper N18B16C
Dorman
2005 Nissan Altima Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 3.5L Dorman

P311-41B23BB    W0133-2188394  New

Qty:
$63.26
  • OE Solutions
Brand: Dorman
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2005 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498
Dorman
2007 Nissan Murano Engine Coolant Pipe Dorman

P311-41B23BB    W0133-2188394  New

Qty:
$63.26
  • OE Solutions
  • Production: -09/30/2007
Brand: Dorman
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2007 - Nissan Murano To:09-30-07
Dorman
2004 Nissan Maxima Engine Coolant Pipe Dorman

P311-41B23BB    W0133-2188394  New

Qty:
$63.26
  • OE Solutions
  • Production: 01/01/2003-
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Nissan Maxima Fr:01-01-03
Dorman
2008 Nissan Maxima Engine Coolant Pipe Dorman

P311-41B23BB    W0133-2188394  New

Qty:
$63.26
  • OE Solutions
  • Production: -04/30/2008
Brand: Dorman
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2008 - Nissan Maxima To:04-30-08
Dorman
2002 Nissan Altima Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 3.5L Dorman

P311-41B23BB    W0133-2188394  New

Qty:
$63.26
  • OE Solutions
  • Production: 08/01/2001-
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2002 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 Fr:08-01-01
Dorman
2006 Nissan Altima Engine Coolant Pipe 6 Cyl 3.5L Dorman

P311-41B23BB    W0133-2188394  New

Qty:
$63.26
  • OE Solutions
  • Production: -09/30/2006
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2006 - Nissan Altima V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3498 To:09-30-06
Dorman
2009 Toyota Corolla Engine Coolant Pipe 4 Cyl 1.8L Dorman - Aluminum

P311-1E97270    W0133-1972798  New

Qty:
$38.70
  • Production: 01/01/2008-
  • Connects coolant hose #1 to coolant hose #3.
  • Aluminum
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2009 - Toyota Corolla L 4 Cyl 1.8L 110 1798 Fr:01-01-08
Dorman
2009 Toyota Matrix Engine Coolant Pipe 4 Cyl 1.8L Dorman

P311-1E97270    W0133-1972798  New

Qty:
$38.70
  • Production: 01/01/2008-
  • Connects coolant hose #1 to coolant hose #3.
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
2009 - Toyota Matrix L 4 Cyl 1.8L 110 1798 Fr:01-01-08
Dorman
2013 Toyota Corolla Engine Coolant Pipe Dorman - Aluminum

P311-1E97270    W0133-1972798  New

Qty:
$38.70
  • Aluminum
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2013 - Toyota Corolla
Dorman
2013 Toyota Corolla Engine Coolant Pipe Dorman

P311-1E97270    W0133-1972798  New

Qty:
$38.70
  • Connects coolant hose #1 to coolant hose #3.
Brand: Dorman
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2013 - Toyota Corolla

Latest Coolant Pipe Repair and Installation Advice

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1997 nissan altima coolant pipe leak

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Question From grizzley1 on 1997 nissan altima coolant pipe leak

my 97 nissan altima is a 2.4 L in line 4cyl it sprung a leak in the steel coolant pipes I was informed that the repair was more expensive than the care was worth $ 1500.00 minimum for repair- other than the coolant leak the care is in very good condition NO Dents, very minor scratches and 3 rust spots size of a quarter. The engine runs fine. Need better rubber. need CV Joint and boot. IS the car sellable? what would you recommend? anyone please?-----milage is 144676

Response From grizzley1

I was told that the coolant pipe required removing the intake manifold and mechanic was unsure of what else may be involved- no nissan dealer close so dont really know what to do

hey thanks for the reply I will follow up on your suggestions

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

What is the deal with the coolant pipe costing $1500! I'm not looking at it but that should be an easy fix. A new half shaft doesn't cost all that much and tires are really as much as you want to spend.

Yes you can sell it, if it runs ok, could get an inspection sticker. How much - who knows. Check the valuations at the various sites - KBB.com Edmunds.com NadaGuides.com etc.

Were you counting fixing all this stuff for that $ or what? Hard to calculate rust repair,

T

Need help identifying this part

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Question From Vinny64 on Need help identifying this part

I need to replace this part but I have NO clue what it is called. It leaks coolant though.

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Response From Vinny64

these two pics are from the actual car, its leaking from the metal pipe

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Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That is a coolant pipe that is actually part of the intake manifold. If it can't be repaireds in place somehow, the whole manifold will have to be replaced.

Response From Vinny64

Someone said that its called the thermostat bypass hose(and the metal pipe is the connector)

Response From Hammer Time

Good, tell that someone to go get you one.

That is not a thermostat bypass. It's most likely a coolant supply hose to the throttle body but since you never posted the year, make, model and engine size, i guess we'll never know.

Response From Vinny64

Dont think itll help

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What an idiot! You don't think it would help to know what this is! Why bother then?


T

Response From Vinny64

Do not call me an idiot, im saying, telling this guy to give me the part wont help, considering he is another internet guy on a different site that I asked. I dont know the person personally or in real life.

Response From GC

You still havent stated the vehicle info

Response From Vinny64

Its a 2002 Taurus.

And it is leaking directly out of that pipe, there is a tiiny hole it was pouring out of, on that pipe, it also only did that when we started the car.

But thanks for the help guys

Response From Discretesignals

Go to the dealer with your VIN number and tell them you need call out number 8N030 in their parts schematic.

Response From Discretesignals

Looks like a OHV 3.0L in a Taurus or Sable.

I'm not positive, but I think you can buy that pipe or connector. It is probably going to be a dealer part. Once you get it out you have to press the new one in. Also put some loctite around the end that gets pressed in to create a leak free seal.

If we knew the exact year and model, probably could give you the part number for it.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I can't make pics show in that format. Need to make them links and tell us exactly what this car and engine is for me to even guess. Hammer Time saw them, hit or miss with me.


Lost from me without knowing what vehicle it is as to idea on what you could do,


T

Blown headgasket or just a detached coolant pipe

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Question From redeyes on Blown headgasket or just a detached coolant pipe

Hi and thanks for reading.

My car is a Rover 25 1.8 Gti

All diagnoistic work so far has been done in the dark with a torch, so I may be more accurate tomorrow morning

I was driving home today when something failed under the bonnet, a load of blown slush was thrown on the windscreen which the wipers and screen wash just spread and did not clear it. I only had another 200 metres until home, I did not hear a bang or any noise and the engine didn;t appear to be making any unusual noises.

When I got home, there was smoke coming from the bonnet. Opening the bonnet revealed the inside to all be covered in a brown, sticky goo. It feels weird to the touch, in honesty I think it does feel like oil is mixed in with it. It is also brown coloured and looks emulsified (like sludgy mayonaise). I am fairly sure this is symptomatic of a blown head gasket.

However, if I remove the oil cap and also check the dip stick, then I can only see normal oil it does not appear to be emulsified.

I have noticed that a pipe from the radiator is now detached and there is little to no coolant left in the system (the bottle is also empty) there is brown sludgy stuff in the container also.

Could it be, that only this pipe has detached and I have not blown my head gasket. I am happy to post pictures tomorrow morning.

Is it worth reconnecting the pipe, refilling with coolant and starting?

Response From nickwarner

It may have oil in the coolant, but the sludge may be from a badly neglected cooling system. Over time, the anticorrosion additives in coolant break down. Thats why the factory has schedules for you to drain and flush the system, refilling it with fresh coolant after doing so. You're going to need to fix this pipe, and may need a new part or two as they rarely allow themselves to be reconnected without leaks if they rupture like that. Then you will need to completely flush this cooling system. There are flushing additives you add to water and run the engine for a while that break loose the slude and scale. Follow the directions on the bottle of whatever brand you buy. Then you will need to pressure test the cooling system to see if any other parts are having issues and leaking or ready to rupture.

If this is an automatic trans, check for coolant in the trans. If you have it there then your heat exchanger in the radiator is bad, and the oil in the system is from the trans. You would also need to drain the contaminated fluid out of the trans. Replacing the radiator would solve that issue.

Its too early to confirm or deny a head gasket at this stage. Its possible, but you need to do the flushing and checks I gave you first before we can look deeper into that possibility.

Soapy water and a hose will get that crap off your windshield pretty easily. Be sure to scrub down the wiper blade surfaces to keep it from smearing next time you use your wipers.

Response From re-tired

Has anybody added coolant to the eng cooling system recently? It sound like you have gotten two different types of antifeeze/coolant mixed . When this happens in turns in a brown goo that is very hard to flush out.

Response From redeyes

I have only owned the car for a few weeks so I do not know if coolant types have been mixed in the past. I have not added any coolant or water to the system since owning it. The coolant reservoir bottle has loads of this brown sludge inside it also.

I will upload some pics tomorrow when it's light, but i am not entirely sure how much use they will be.

I will flush the system (hopefully tomorrow), refill with coolant and leave the engine idling. I want to also look out for white smoke from the exhaust?

Response From Hammer Time

We get coolant mixes all the time and it has never caused a problem. Dexcool will create a sludge if it is exposed to air in the system from being low. You need to have a professional look at that and determine what it is. It could be oil or trans fluid mixed in.

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

Let me clarifty my statement . If you have green coolant top off with same . If dexcool orange top off with same. regular green coolant will not sludge up even when level is run low. Put dexcool in to top off a low green system and it will lower the corrossive inhibitors and shorten the life of coolant and can cause brown goo if the system is run low.

Response From redeyes

AA man has just been - it is not good news.
He confirmed it is definitely oil mixed with the coolant, he imagines this would be the head gasket but did also mention several other things it could be.
Anyways, thanks for the reply and the suggestions.
Off to the knackers yard with it ;;

Response From Hammer Time

We can't see your car or what leaked out of it and your description doesn't tell us too much. You need to get it to a shop for diagnosis. It sounds like the radiator hose blew or the radiator neck broke but that sludge still needs to be determined what it is.

help

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Question From mamamisty27 on help

i have a 1997 ford 3/4 ton truck that is spraying antifreeze around the fuel injection. what could be causing this.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sometimes but rare a pin hole in a hose can do this. Best I can say is dry it all off as best you can with paper towels and look hard for the first place to show evidence, T

Response From mamamisty27

it looks like it is coming out of the fuel injection its self.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Really can't be coming from anything involving fuel injection as there is no coolant there.

Tough if it sprays to find it. Again as said dry it all up. Tough call but most leaks will initiate and be the highest and most forward on your engine. Run your finger under hoses and items and that usually tells.

No harm in replacing hoses which used to be a routine job back when but not so much now, Keep us posted, Tom and Cat!

Response From mamamisty27

had the truck pressure tested and there is a pipe inside the throttle body that is broke have to have a whole new throttle body $600.00 .

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

There is a coolant pipe that goes under the 5.0 engine (I think the 5.7 ford is the same)and I only did one but it wasn't all that hard. That upper manifold did need to be removed and sticky parts and cleaning gaskets was all of the work.

I did charge about $450 and that was a while ago. As said that was a while ago and TMK would have included new antifreeze and an oil change but the labor was most of it. It did take a lot of work to do that right, Tom and Cat!

Response From mamamisty27

was able to by pass it and it only cost 85 dollars

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I own three of these and when a customer had a problem with that tube I could NOT find a good way to bypass it as it involved a 3/8 line to cool upper intake. The only way I could see to bypass it was to plug that off.

Car makers can be stupid but generally will not spend a cent if not needed so that was needed. If that was plugged off to do this you will pay for that in a long run, T

Response From mamamisty27

it was the ford dealership who told me to do this and you are right it took a 3/8 but they said it would not hurt anything and it is under warranty but ty

coolant leak top of engine

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Question From rcmos on coolant leak top of engine

I have a 94 oldsmobile cutlass cierra s 3.1, just the other day i was replacing the thermostat and thought that was the only thing keeping my heat from working. make sure coolant levels are good and let it get warm. the heat still would not work. i got to looking and there is a leak down in my engine. when i start my car i can see it sortof foam up a little as it leaks but its too far in to see where its coming from. it looks like its coming from a pipe that the coolant runs to possibly the heater core. any help and info would be appreciated

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

We aren't there to see what is leaking and the 3.1 does have a few coolant pipes. You need to pressure test the cooling system to verify the leak.