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Postby twoFOURS » Mon Aug 09, 2004 1:22 am

What are the part numbers for hoses from hell?
Any help much appreciated.
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Postby Gary » Mon Aug 09, 2004 3:12 am

http://www.mrtwo.net/mr2modproject/service/hfh/hfh.htm
Not sure if the part number is correct. Check with Toyota.
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Postby alltrac.net » Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:30 am

I should note for anyone trying to do this mission in the middle of the night that I was able to replace the HFH using only parts found at kragen. Total cost $11. This included:

4" piece of hose in the right thickness
2 very small hose clamps
1 package of "muffler repair" tape to keep it from getting hot


Before I installed the hose I completely covered it in the muffler repair tape for heat rejection. Almost a year later the hose is holding up. In fact the car is a friend of mine, his daughter's car and it's daily driven.

This isn't the ideal solution but it is an option. I still suggest buying proper parts from Toyota.
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Postby Felix » Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:36 am

I never got into detail about the hfh on the old server...
what's is the hfh's main objective...i know it is a simple part, but getting to it and replacing it is a bitch. I don't wnat to overlook any potential problems while tuning up and doing maintenance on the AT
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Postby mofoparrot » Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:42 am

I posted the part numbers for it in the part's section. I just ordered them.
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Postby Gary » Mon Aug 09, 2004 4:57 am

Felix wrote:I never got into detail about the hfh on the old server...
what's is the hfh's main objective...i know it is a simple part, but getting to it and replacing it is a bitch. I don't wnat to overlook any potential problems while tuning up and doing maintenance on the AT


Read the link I post above. HFH is just a coolant hose that use to cool the oil at the oil cooler. Parts numbers on that link match what mofoparrot posted in the part number section.
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Postby gtfourdreams » Mon Aug 09, 2004 5:14 am

if you still need them, i can get them from my order list tomorrow. i like using OEM ones, not the NAPA crap because if you bend the straight ones at such a sharp angle they deteriorate faster. (from my experience) i also use OEM clamps, but thats a personal taste thing.
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Re: hoses from hell

Postby billprice » Mon Aug 09, 2004 12:29 pm

twoFOURS wrote:What are the part numbers for hoses from hell?
Any help much appreciated.


Hose from Hell#1 16283-88381
Hose from Hell#2 16282-88380

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Postby Stubble » Tue Aug 10, 2004 2:44 am

Robert,
If your Kragen fix worked, either you are lucky or I'm unlucky. When I was first learning to repair my car, I tackled this job and didn't use the OEM hose, just a hose from Napa or something. I wrapped it in insulation used for aircraft exhaust. Two months later, the hose had disintegrated and I got to do the job again - this time with the correct Toyota part ($5 if I remember).

I strongly recommend going with the OEM hoses.
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I have both hoses from hell, used for 100miles, make offer..

Postby acylon » Tue Aug 10, 2004 12:25 pm

I have both hoses from hell, used for 100miles, make offer..
I went to an external oil cooler. These are factory Toyota bought a couple months ago, installed, used for 100miles, removed carefully as they were not cheap. Make me an offer :lol:
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Postby mototebok » Tue Aug 10, 2004 1:14 pm

Uhh... the hoses are cheap... :roll:
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Postby acylon » Tue Aug 10, 2004 5:12 pm

Nothing from toyota is cheap.
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Postby Dano » Wed Aug 11, 2004 1:40 am

In March 2003 Toyota replaced engine oil cooler bypass hoses on my 1993 MR2 but only listed part #16283-88381 for $5.30 CDN. They also made a few mistakes on this bill like charging me twice for a distributor cap.

However in June 2003 the same dealership, on my 1988 Celica turbo 4wd, charged me for:
"Water by-pass hose" #16283-88380 $56 CDN
"By-pass hose" #16295-88380 $34.80 CDN
"By-pass hose" #16282-88380 $17.30 CDN

twoFOURS: the HFH parts# you need will likely depend on which generation of the 3sgte engine you have.
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Postby Gary » Wed Aug 11, 2004 2:59 am

acylon wrote:Nothing from toyota is cheap.

Well, Scion is one, another is the oil filter ($6) :mrgreen:
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