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Old 05-07-2010, 01:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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EGR Cooler Hose

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Around January, I asked you guys about a coolant leak issue I had on my 2004 6.0, and you really helped me out. I narrowed it down to the EGR cooler hose. I deployed over to Iraq in the end of January, so I tried to get to my local dealership...Ha Ha...what a joke... and get this hose. Well, of course, they order me the wrong one. So I ran out of time to swap it out before I left. I'm coming home in a few weeks, and I would like to swap this hose out and head from S.C., to Ill to go pick up my daughter for the summer. As you can understand, as soon as I touch ground, I want to eliminate any down time holding me from seeing my daughter while waiting on parts. I looked at it before I left, and it can be done without taking off the turbo and pedestal. So what I'm getting at is:
Does anyone have the part number for just the Orange hose off of the EGR cooler? The dealer wants me to buy an entire kit @ several hundred dollars. I just need that hose. Please help me with the part number, and possibly where to order it so I can have it waiting on me when I get home. Thanks in advance guys. You are always there with good info.
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Old 05-07-2010, 02:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't have the number but the replacement hose should be blue.
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Old 05-07-2010, 06:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I believe I have a brand new one in my barn. If you PM me your address I'll send it to you.
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Old 05-07-2010, 06:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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This is the blue factory replacement hose. As I said if this is what you need it's yours if you PM me your address here stateside.
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Also for reference I believe that is the part number on it 1837845C2
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I did mine on my 2004 and found it easier to remove the coolant cover. I used a 1/4" drive torex bit with a wrench to loosen the screws, once the cover is off it makes it easier to put the new hose on and take the old hose off.
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Craig, that is great input. When I did mine I was doing the oil cooler so I had everything out but doing it on the truck that would make it easier. The coolant cover is a small cover that the hose connects to and if I remember right it has a kind of egg shaped rubber seal behind it that seals it to the oil cooler.
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Tsansone23, with a story like I wish I was closer to help so it would be ready when you touch down, sorry I am not.

fonecop1 that was a great offer!

Stay safe over there and make sure you drive that bad boy hard and fast to see your daughter.

BTW your in for a shock with the diesel prices when you get back.

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Thanks for all the help and support guys. Especially fonecop1. I still did some research on this part though, and this is what i came up with. Hopefully this helps anyone with future issues. So here's what I have:

Description - CONN ASY-WTR OLET
Prefix - 4C4Z
Base - 8592
Suffix - AA
Engineering Number - 4C4O8592AA
Proprietary Part Number - NAVISTAR
International Part Number - 1837845C2
Ford Part Number - 8592 (RH-153)

All of this information I found through the Ford parts catalog and cross-referenced everything with International and Ford. Hope this helps some folks in the future.
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