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On my 110 (2.5 NAD) there in the cooling system is a metal 'T' junction piece that connects the bottom hose to the engine and the header tank. Anybody know what this part is called? Or even better have a part number?

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On my 110 (2.5 NAD) there in the cooling system is a metal 'T' junction piece that connects the bottom hose to the engine and the header tank. Anybody know what this part is called? Or even better have a part number?

Metal 'T' junction piece...? :huh:

I assume you mean the rubber T shaped hose, in which case Lars is correct, it's listed on EPC as NRC4843.

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Well, newer cars have this thingy in one piece, but on older ones, it's a separate t-connection made in metal. The part no was taken from my parts book and pointed to the connection in question.

But that can naturally has been changed over the years. :huh:

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Metal 'T' junction piece...? :huh:

I assume you mean the rubber T shaped hose, in which case Lars is correct, it's listed on EPC as NRC4843.

Nope its metal alright and connects 3 different hoses. I pressume a one piece hose was later but I need the metal bit.

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I'm just looking through my paper parts book (blew the dust off of it! :D ) and it shows NRC4843 as "connector", and it's definately a "T" piece that fits in between 3 rubber hoses (two large diameter pipes, and one smaller one that goes up to the header tank)

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