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Old 06-23-2004, 06:34 PM
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Question Can anybody identify the part numbers?

Hi everybody, I have a couple of pesky parts under the hood that I took pictures of, but can't identify part numbers, because I need to order a new part for it. If anybody can help, that would be greatly appreciated





I have outlined in RED the hoses that I need to order and replace. Both parts that are on there now are not the OE parts, I had to gerryrig them on the spot out some generic rubber hose that I had.

Thanks for your time guys,

Andrew Halligan
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Old 06-23-2004, 10:13 PM
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sorry the pics didn't load. i will post them in 2 posts
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1981 240D/297K/4-spd/OM617 (mine)
1982 240D/241K/4-spd (wife's)
1979 240D/291K/4-spd/OM617 (father-in-law's)
1983 300DT/240K/4-spd (brother-in-law's)
1985 300DT/???K/5-spd Intercooler conversion (brother-in-law's)
1985 280TE/160K/5-spd (father-in-law's)
1963 UNIMOG (brother-in-law's)
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Old 06-23-2004, 10:42 PM
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That short thick hose is a PITA to replace, it is only a few bucks and was found on many MB's. It can be removed with a razor blade and you can try to squeeze the new one on.... Here is a hint, order the gasket for the thermostat housing, mates with the top of the hose, the gasket is where it meets the engine block.
Remove the thermo. housing assy from the block,(two nuts) then clean up the the scale and corrosion on the shaft that is covered by the hose. This is what caused the hose junction to leak in the first place. I use razor blades and crocus cloth. Clean both ends as best you can. I coat the mating surfaces with blue RTV to ensure a seal.
While you are at it, change the theromstat and order a gasket for the theromstat.....
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Old 06-24-2004, 07:16 PM
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blasted photos

I can't get all the stupid photos of the hoses that need replacing. Oh well. Thanks Benzcrusher for the advice, will do.
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1982 240D/241K/4-spd (wife's)
1979 240D/291K/4-spd/OM617 (father-in-law's)
1983 300DT/240K/4-spd (brother-in-law's)
1985 300DT/???K/5-spd Intercooler conversion (brother-in-law's)
1985 280TE/160K/5-spd (father-in-law's)
1963 UNIMOG (brother-in-law's)
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