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Old 12-19-2005, 11:43 AM
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Oil Cooler hose for a 98 Ford F140 4.6l

Just wondering if anyone has had a problem with this part. This is for engine oil not tranny oil. It is leaking oil at the crimp not at the metal connection. I know that there is an oring on it too, but it isn't leaking there. Anyways, ford wants $200 for it, but I thought maybe a hydrolics company could replace the hose and put a new crimp on it. Anyone have some suggestions?

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