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Old 03-08-2017, 06:10 PM   #1
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Is this the correct hose?

Looking to replace my oem hose with the one that has the check valve, is this it? Trying to keep my Wp from being replaced. Thanks.

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That looks about right. I had a thread about this recently. The part number may get be on it. Get some normal hose clamps for reattaching .


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That's definitely the one. I did mine years ago. Vise grips work pretty well on the clamps. There was no coolant in my old hose when I took if off, it was full of air. Not one of Fords best moments but it was probably a supplier that left the check valve off and Ford had to use them or eat them. All the other hoses to the radiator have check valves. That is what that silver band around the hose in the pic holds in place.
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Old 03-09-2017, 04:54 AM   #5
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Yes, That's the right one. ER3Z-8276-A
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Nice thanks guys, gonna order it today.

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a worthwhile preventive idea. $25/5 minutes
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Is this the right hose

I bought my car used, how do I know if I already have the correct hose with the check valve? If it has that extra clasp, does that mean I have the better hose?

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Yes and I bet there is a good chance your water pump has been replaced too
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+1 on that's the hose you want
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