Molded Heater Hose
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CARQUEST by Dayco Molded Heater Hose

Part No. 88411 Warranty Details  

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This Dayco Small I.D. Molded Heater Hose is designed to replace OEM coolant hose and provide long, reliable service. This hose has a “quick connect” end assembled onto the hose for fast, convenient installation. With this Dayco product you avoid the hassle of buying a separate connector and clamp and having to install it before the hose can be used.

Product Features:
  • Made with a tough EPDM rubber compound this hose is made to resist the detrimental effects of heat, ozone and impacts from road debris
  • This hose meets SAE J20R4, Class D1 and SAE J1684 Type EC specifications
  • Highly resistant to electro-chemical degradation and premature stress cracking of the tube
  • The knitted polyester reinforcement provides high burst strength and resists degradation from temperature extremes and moisture
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Color:Black
End 1 Inside Diameter:3/4 in
End 2 Inside Diameter:3/4 in
Heat Shield Included:N
Hose Type:Single I.D. Hose
Material:EPDM
Overall Length:21 in
Protective Sleeve Included:N
SAE:SAE J20R3 Class D-1, SAE J1684 Type EC
Trunk Height:21

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  • Q:

    How does it desconect? From the clip side?
    Asked on 1/7/2014 by Beto from Nashville tn

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    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      Hi Beto! Glad I could be of help. Unscrew the hose clamp connecting the heater hose to the firewall using a flathead screwdriver. If the clamps feature a spring style, then use the pliers to push together the clamp and slide it off of the hose. Pull off the heater hose using your hands and allow the coolant to drain into the pan. Trace the heater hose to their connection on the engine block. Unscrew the hose clamps using a flathead screwdriver or use the pliers to separate the clamps, then pull the hoses off the block and place them to the side.

      Answered on 1/9/2014 by Morgan from AAP
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