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Old 08-03-2009, 05:19 PM
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Today my wife was driving her 99 t6 home and noticed in the driveway there was a puddle of antifreeze when she got out. When I got home I jacked the car up and found the leak to be coming from a unamed hose coming from the black box just behind the oil pan. I have searched high and low and cant seem to find out what this hose is called so I can replace it. Any help would be appreciated, or better yet if someone with vadis could post a screen shot of a diagram that would be great. Thanks, Justin. *The culprit is the hose in the first pic, but if I change one I better change them both*
 
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Old 08-03-2009, 08:59 PM
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bump this for tech to look at!
 
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Old 08-03-2009, 09:43 PM
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If your last 7 of your vin # is before 1652757 then one hose part# is 9496493 if it is after the number 1652758 then it is this part# 30713304 That is the hose closest to the passenger side.

For the drivers side one before 1652757 is 9496492 after 1652758 is 30676906.

Hope this helps the box is the oil cooler for the oiling system.
 
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Thanks for the speedy replies guys! It is just a small leak now when the system gets up to pressure, how bad would it hurt to drive short distances back and forth to work untill I can get the part? I know to keep an eye on the temp gauge, but how accurate are they really? We had to put some coolant/water mix in just to get her to work this morning.

O.k. got her jacked up and apparently the hose in question is/was rubbing against the output shaft (I guess thats what its called) and rubbed a hole in it. Got two hoses coming via UPS from Swope in Louisville. Looks like she will be down for the next two days. Looks to be a pia to change these out as well. Volvo love.
 

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doing this when the car is cold after letting it sit overnight may help you loose less coolant

but judging from its location you are likely gona loose lots of coolant
 
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Yes it is a pain to replace them but all will be good in the end.
 
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It will leak badly if not replaced. Dont drive it.
 
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Yes it is a pain to replace them but all will be good in the end.
No doubt. Thanks for the part numbers, they were spot on. Had the old ones off and waiting for the replacements. Got them in today from Volvo of Louisville. $23 apiece. Cheapest part for this car I have bought yet! Took about 1.5 hours collectively to do the job.
 
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Glad all is good now!
 
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