Can anyone Identify this coolant Pipe?

2 weeks 6 days ago - 2 weeks 5 days ago #194597 by Fisher
Hi All

The following picture shows a coolant pipe (No 14) by I cannot identify it on Rimmers or other MG spares sites. Tried a visual search on the web but no luck.

Does anyone know the part number?

Also, in the experience of the forum members which is the most vulnerable engine bay coolant rubber pipe for failure?

Regards

Robert

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2 weeks 6 days ago - 2 weeks 6 days ago #194599 by julianfoulger
If you are looking for the pipes that go to/from the heater - PEH100850 and PEH100850UR.

But the diagrams are not clear so I understand your question. The better diagrams have always been the Microfiche which the dealers used in the 90's. More accurate and complete.
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2 weeks 6 days ago - 2 weeks 6 days ago #194600 by mowog73
Does this help? This is microfiche is for very early cars so the part numbers may have been superseded.


Mark
95 MGF
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2 weeks 5 days ago #194601 by Fisher
Hi Mowog73
I see in your pic that small 90 degree pipe (14) I am trying to find the part number does not exist. Your microfiche shows that the end of the steel heater pipe goes straight into your microfiche number 5 pipe. So I assume that my image if you ignore pipe 14, it may also go straight into pipe 15 in my image.

Confusing or what, considering my image cam from the workshop manual. So, I think I will rely on your image.

Thanks

Robert

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2 weeks 5 days ago #194602 by mowog73
Hi Robert,

Yes, 14 is part of 15, which is coolant house PEH000090. It is confusing.

I'm working at converting parts microfiches for 1997 and 1999 into pdf, hoping that confusions like this will be made clearer by being able to look at these different microfiches and see what part was superseded by another.

Mark

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2 weeks 5 days ago #194606 by Fisher
Matk

I see you pic for is an MGF. My car is a TF (2004). Would you anticipate the hoses to be different?

If not am happy to use your microfiche.

Regards and thanks for your time and input.

Robert

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2 weeks 5 days ago #194608 by mowog73
Looking at Rimmer's website, they do say up to a certain VIN for that hose, so I think its for all cars, whereas there is a different section for hoses associated with the thermostat, which is different between the cars.

Mark

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2 weeks 5 days ago #194610 by BruceTF135

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2 weeks 5 days ago #194611 by mowog73
Those hoses are part of the interior heater system, not the engine coolant system.

Mark
95 MGF

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2 weeks 5 days ago #194614 by talkingcars

Fisher wrote: I see you pic for is an MGF. My car is a TF (2004). Would you anticipate the hoses to be different?


Robert - the big change is that earlier cars had a thermostat in the block, later cars have a remote PRT.

James


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2 weeks 4 days ago #194615 by BruceTF135

mowog73 wrote: Those hoses are part of the interior heater system, not the engine coolant system.


Ah, sorry.

The listing says "These hoses connect the engine bay hoses to the steel pipes that pass through the tunnel between the seats to the heater". I thought that was what the OP was looking for. TBF, the listing also says they are for cars without a PRT, so they'd probably be wrong for a 2004 car anyway.

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