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Cooling system what looks like a hard plastic hose broke 10 minutes after parking my car. Where can I find the part to replace it

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What kind of car Make Model Year and what hose are you talking about

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SOURCE: electrical sytem dies then returns when cooled down

Ford has a technical service bulletin out that may fit your concern.
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The charging system indicator may illuminate or vehicle may not start. This may be caused by a discharged battery due to a poor electrical connection at the generator terminal.

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  1. Replace generator B+ cable with a new Cable (F5RZ-14300-FA).
  2. Replace the generator B+ terminal with a new Terminal (F3RZ-10329-AB).
  3. Install new B+ cable retaining nut and tighten to 10.6 ±1.6 N-m (8 ±1 lb-ft).
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Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: heater hose broke

there should be two bolts on the inside holding it into place or it could be your heater core that they belong to . I have seen them bolted to the inner fire wall .

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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SOURCE: heater hose broke at firewall/hard plastic coupling/how to remove

The plastic extension on the core can be removed, only if you take the core out. It's a factory "heat shrink" deal though and I am not aware of any means of putting one back on.(dealer or radiator shop may know) If you try to run a hose directly from it, likely the clamp would get in the way.If it wasn't so hard to get it out, it would be worth experimenting with.
Good luck

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: One of the blades broke off the cooling fan

i wouldn't mess with it yourself...the cooling fan is a major deal...i had to replace mine...find a good mechanic that won't rip you off and have them replace it...if you try to do it yourself it could end in disaster...

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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SOURCE: Heater core inlet pipe plastic broke

if the heater core inlet pipe broke you may need to replace the unit depending on how far it broke ...to help get the hose off a bent awl or sometimes a small screwdriver and run it around the inside of the hose to help loosen it it otherwise if your replacing the hose as well a razor knife you can cut a **** in it to open it up as well

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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