Replacing all hoses - best resource?


Oak_Ranger

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I am going to start replacing all the hoses on my 2.3l and cleaning up all the electrical connections/replacing as needed.

When I was younger, I could just take off a hose, and walk down to the parts store and they'd identify it and get a new one, or just cut some generic stock hose.

Nowadays, though, they want a part #, or they won't even walk to the back to identify a hose.

Is there an online resource available for identifying hoses and part #'s for these engines?
 


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I use Rock Auto to find part numbers since most of the major part makers are listed.
 

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I use Rock Auto a lot but sometimes it is not easy to know if you are getting exactly the right thing. When that happens, I go to Tasca parts online. They have been consistently the lowest dealer parts source for me. Even with shipping across country I save and rarely have gotten a wrong part. They were very quick to correct the mistake when it did happen. They are a little more than Rock Auto normally but much less than other dealer sources.
 


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