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Old 06-03-2006, 09:25 AM
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Locate tee water pump hose for 1990 F 150

I replaced the water pump on my 1990 F-150 and also need to replace the pre-formed tee water pump hose as well, but can't find it at NAPA or O'Reilly's. Any ideas where to locate one?
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Old 06-10-2006, 08:49 AM
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I've gotten them before from local parts shops, surprises me they didn't have such...

Ok, I just looked it up on O'Reilly's site, it would appear you got ahold of two incompetent parts people, as it is right there on the site...one for $2.99, one for $8.99, part number 20662, bypass hose.
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Finally had to get the part from the Ford Dealership in another city. It was not #20662 though. Our local O'Reilly's didn't have it and couldn't order it, for some reason. Thanks.
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Many times they make the hose long, and you have to trim to fit. That was the number O'Reilly's goes by, and other aftermarket sales, but Ford has their own number, so it wouldn't be the same.
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