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I am looking for a lower hose for my radiator on an 2001 elantra, BUT THE ONE I NEED IS METAL HOSE

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IF YOU NEED A SPECIAL RADIATOR HOSE.HYUNDAI DEALERSHIP WILL HAVE IT.MOST AUTO PARTS STORES DONT SUPPLY SOME IMPORTS VECHICLE PARTS.

Posted on Sep 02, 2010

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