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Im trying to find a replacement cooling system line that is at the back of the enging under to intake, but i dont know what it is called. its for a 99 daewoo leganza

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It should be the bypass hose. Try to ask Daewoo Motor America at 1-800-463-2396 and checkout their web site for alot of stuff you can probably use like shop manuals for $9.99.!!! Leave a message and they will get back to you in a day or two.

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