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Old 12-30-2015, 07:08 PM   #1
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I need help asap 2001 bullitt

So one of my hose to the heater core broke off and I can't find it no where dose anyone know where I could fine it the the hose T broke as well so I'm just running a straight hose to it and I put a plug on the second one Click image for larger version

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You can find that plastic tee at your local auto parts store.

I'm not sure which hose that you are referring to?
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Do you see the blue hose running from the fire wall heater core straight to the motor it's the long one and also see the one I'm holding with the bolt at the end and clap at the end I put the clamp so it won't leak


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Oh. Ok. I see what you did.
On my car, just the tee broke, so I was able to remove the broken piece from the existing hose and just reused it with a new tee.
The OEM style Bullitt heater hoses are no longer available. The aftermarket replacements don't have the quick-connect that attaches to the heater core. You have to use a hose clamp on the heater core connection.
You could also get "creative", and use a standard GT hose that has been cut and spliced with the appropriate shaped hose, and a plastic connector, to achieve the approximate shape of the Bullitt heater hose.

Welcome to the world of Bullitts. There are some parts that are no longer in production, so you are going to have to think outside of the box during certain repairs.
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Extremely common. Happened to my Bullitt a few months ago. Most people use a Metal T instead but i couldn't find one for the life of me anywhere so I used plastic.


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Sucks I went to ford dealership and everything I still couldn't find it no where


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The one that goes connected to the manifold?


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Yeah the heater core to the manifold


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I need help asap 2001 bullitt

Replace the manifold. Or do what I did.


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Replaced the manifold. Or do what I did.


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The Bullitts don't have a plastic manifold like the GTs, they have a metal one that is no longer made so replacing it isn't an option.
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Damn, my bad I did not know this.


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Nice step up man


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They still sale them , go to your actual ford dealership , they will order you one.

700-900.00

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They still sale them , go to your actual ford dealership , they will order you one.

700-900.00

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$700-900.00?!?
What are you referring to?
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$700-900.00?!?
What are you referring to?
I assume a new bullit intake...pricey but good to know for some if it absoluely needs to be replaced.

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I assume a new bullit intake...pricey but good to know for some if it absoluely needs to be replaced.

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There is a list of all of the Bullitt specific parts that are out of production, and the intake manifold is one of the items on that list. Along with all of the associated parts like the throttle cable, heater hoses, air intake, etc.
Even the aftermarket is beginning to sell off their stock of Bullitt specific replacement parts. I recently found a good deal on a bunch of "wholesaler closeout" FelPro Bullitt intake manifold gaskets.
Almost all of the Bullitt specific parts are out of production and only available on the used market. Even a lot of the common replacement parts. And some of them are EXTREMELY difficult to find. And expensive when you do find them!

If infamous281 has a source for Bullitt parts that I am unaware of, I would definitely be interested!
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Yeah its kinda a PITA for the Bullitt owners with that damn intake lol. Its cool and IMO they all should have had that intake probably but it is what it is. At least its not even close to as bad as the 1st, 2nd and especially 3rd generation SHO Taurus guys. I always thought I wanted one until I had one lol. Parts for what? A Yamaha Taurus??? Wtf?!
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