I'm out of luck!! 1.9 heater out hose to metal pipe to thermostat can't fine it.. | Ford Escort Owners Association (FEOA)

I'm out of luck!! 1.9 heater out hose to metal pipe to thermostat can't fine it..

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  1. flashlight

    flashlight FEOA Member

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    Forget it...
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  2. Gamer92

    Gamer92 FEOA Donator

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    Have you looked at Rock Auto?

    What year?
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    millball FEOA Donator

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    The 1.9 SEFI can be retrofitted with the water outlet used on the later 2.0 SPI engines.
    Then the later type plain molded heater hose can be used.
    Many of the new 2.0 water outlets come complete with sensors/sending units installed, but I think that the original senders from the 1.9 must be substituted for them.
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  6. Gamer92

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    Are you going to get a used one or a new one? They can be bought cheaply at junkyards. Make sure the housing rattles as this means the valve is still working.
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    Just as a side note. Taking out the dash is actually pretty easy. There is a write up on it here. I contributed many pictures as well. But, yes, avoiding that would be nice. Sounds like someone has already gave you some solid advice. But, if you ever have to take out your dash in the future, don't stress too hard about it.
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    Yes to all. Just use the hose that is specified for the 2.0 SPI
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    chestypuller making the wifes commuter better

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    any sharkbites ive used have a rubber orings inside that isolate the different materials kinda like the way a union works to prevent them problems
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    chestypuller making the wifes commuter better

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    chestypuller making the wifes commuter better

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    i agree coolant checks and changes are a must to prevent most the corrosion you can. best you can do.
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    The OE coolant temperature sensors appear to be brass, so putting in more brass I would think is OK.
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  18. techman_hou

    techman_hou 1993 Emerald Green Escort Wagon Automatic

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    Wish I would have read this before I bought the NAPA heater hose Part Number: NBH 10723 Heater-to-pipe-1 (http://www.napaonline.com/Catalog/C.../Hose-Heater-62-x-75-/_/R-NBG10723_0117320324). Looks just like the Gates 18723 at O'Reilly & Carquest.

    At least the one I ordered has one end already enlarged.

    Escorts are full of suprises...

    Has anyone experienced a failure of the Heater Hoses (Pump-to-Heater Core or Heater Core-to-Pipe)?

    Mine are 21+ years old and seem firm, yet supple...Just thought after 20 years it would be a good idea to replace with the new Radiator and upper & lower hose.
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    techman_hou 1993 Emerald Green Escort Wagon Automatic

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    Interesting...Rock Auto is showing the image of Gates 18763 as the "Outlet" Heater-to-Pump hose (i.e. the other Heater hose)...https://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinfo.php?pk=1830&cc=1119204

    For my 1993 1.9 the Ford OEM hose for "Inlet" Heater-to-Pipe (Thermostat) and "Outlet" Heater-to-Pump has same number 18472. Further designated by call out of parts diagram. Inlet could be 18472-1 or 18472-3 (with crimp) & Outlet 18472-2.
    http://www.fordparts.com/Commerce/C...15J2PW302923&initSearch=1&partNo=18472#Search

    I gather the O'reilly Gates 18723 Heater hose flashlight was describing was the "Inlet" Heater-to-Pipe (which feeds the thermostat on drivers side of engine) and like mine, where the OEM hose has a crimped fitting on the pipe (thermostat) side.
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