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#1 blackoutsuby

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 04:30 PM

Hi there, I just drove into my driveway after ten minutes.. and this hose split, I need to get it replaced but dont know what its called?

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#2 duncanm

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Posted 04 October 2016 - 05:25 PM

just a coolant hose for the primary turbo, I think.

 

A generic piece of radiator hose the right length and diameter will do the job.

 

Did your BOV go 'gurgle gurgle' when it swallowed all that coolant ?



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Posted 04 October 2016 - 09:29 PM

just a coolant hose for the primary turbo, I think.

 

A generic piece of radiator hose the right length and diameter will do the job.

 

Did your BOV go 'gurgle gurgle' when it swallowed all that coolant ?

Luckily it didn't, I was litterally about to turn off my car and then poooof, so its sweet just seeing if its a specific hose... Thanks mate



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Posted 05 October 2016 - 07:46 AM

Gurgle gurgle...lol.
I like that one


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Posted 05 October 2016 - 11:52 AM

I had a similar coolant hose split on the bottom of the secondary turbo. I was half way into a 6 hour drive away for our anniversary. I drove the car several KM in the red with practically no water just so I could get into a town. You're lucky it happened in your garage!

 

Fixed it on the side of the road using generic heater hose from the only spare parts shop in the small town. It was a mission to get to that hose but I somehow managed with basic tools. I filled her back up with bottles of water from Woolies and continued driving for another 3 hours. Don't think the EPA would have liked the coolant I left in the gutter.

I drove the car several KM in the red with practically no water just so I could get into a town. You're lucky it happened in your garage!


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