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Old 12-19-2005, 10:50 AM
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Engine Oil Cooler lines for a 98 f150 4.6l.

Mine are leaking at the factory crimp, so I am guessing I have to replace the whole thing. Anyone dealt with this problem? I don't really want to spend the $200 for the part at Ford, so if anyone has any suggestions let me know.

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A local Parker store may be able to make a new set cheaper.
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I am confronted with the same issue. All 4 of my crimps are "sweating" oil. I have the 4.6L Romeo and not sure what adapter will work (mounting to block). I know for sure I am not paying $190 for the replacement from the dealer. I have looked at the permacoll kits, not convinced on the hose clamps to hold the hose fittings. I can build a custom asy using peterson/permacool adapters and stainless braided lines for around $200. Still debating.
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