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    Posted: 28 Oct 19 at 12:46
Hi All,

Anyone found a suitable replacement for the hose that goes from the engine to the oil cooler on a 2.4td (ACL), product number is 075121086.
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Jamie
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or a combination using elbows and joints - silicone too if you fancy splashing out.
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Thanks for the reply Monster, I emailed beickwerks b4 I posted here and just tried the other two sites you mentioned, but, get out off stock showing. Decided last week to use silicon hose, I'm removing the old hose from the van this weekend (she's in storage) before ordering the bits as the hose tapers from either 25mm or 22mm (engine side) to 16mm (oil cooler). If it's a success I'll post the bits I used, might be a few weeks though.

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So, by the looks you'll be needing a 90degree and a 45degree elbow one of which is tapered and two pieces of hose you can chop up and connect. Nice. Pink or purple? LOL
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Neither, going Blue Wink
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I blew a coolant hose like that on my NA Diesel. I bought a new one from VW Classic Parts. Damn expensive,(100€) but the old one lasted 30 years, so if the new one lasts the same i think it is worth it. I have found one more with different dimentions on each end, and i think i might replase it as well. The other alternative is to make a metal adaptor, so i can use "normal" hoses. Quite irritating if you blew on when on wacation in Sicily...
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