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Hi I'm looking for help finding the I.D. of this hose that goes from the valve to the head. #87245A in this diagram
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It blew on me the other day and the engine stalled. I started it back up to limp it to my girlfriend's a few blocks after it cooled down and it seemed okay so fingers crossed (not feeling great). Anyway, I need to get some bulk hose to replace it and was wondering if anyone knows what size hose it is. Thanks guys.
 

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I had the same hose fail a few yrs ago, same scenario...no damage...

When repairs are completed you need to "burp" the cooling system to get all the air out of the cooling system..

Either nose up @ 30 degrees (some use car ramps) and use a radiator fill kit to let the system "burp" trapped air...

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Thanks. Yeah, I have one of those funnels. Sad to say but I am a mechanic haha. I just haven't popped the hood in awhile and now that bit me in the butt. I will probably just throw some bulk hose on there but does anyone know if someone offers all the hoses as a set? Like a cooling system refresh kind of kit? Or how about a good source to get replacement hoses piecemeal?
 

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MNM, All of the heater hoses are long discontinued by Toyota...

I like Gate green stripe for generic hoses...

IF I can find my OEM stash I would confirm the inner diameter on that hose...
 

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Maybe this one I cant figure out the orientation??

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That particular hose you can go behind the counter at autozone and find a right angle heater hose and trim to length. The Mk3 Supra version works as well, but that's usually a special order.
 
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Thanks everyone. That ebay link seems like the best way to get hoses, thanks a lot!
 

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MNM, whats yr general location??

You can edit yr profile to add yr location...
 

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Sorry, I'm in Minnesota. I think it's time I freshen up all the coolant hoses, is there a compiled list of hoses equivalents that would be available over the counter? I've run into the situation many times where a website says a part fits a car only to find they're absolutely wrong. Just want to verify before I spend a ton on shipping or tear my car apart and can't find any parts.
 
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