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Cant remember where this hose goes..

Old 12-05-2016, 06:50 PM
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Red face Cant remember where this hose goes..

Ive been working on an engine swap real slowly over a few months. Finally down to just a few things left and one is a hose/line. I cannot remember where this thing goes, I crawl under and look/feel around and cant find it. I feel like I took it off when I was initially diagnosing my old engine but my brain could be lying to me.

The transmission has 2 lines going to the trans cooler, the cooler itself looks all hooked up. Power steering looks all hooked up (I dont have a hydraulic fan)

Any help is greatly appreciated to save me from my madness

its a 1999 Wj with a 4.7
This is the part number off the rubber part of the hose if that means anything
DF3976 022200F-1

if all else can someone post or point me to some good pictures of Underneath and above on a 4.7 I have a repair manual but cant find this specific hose/line

This is the one off my Jeep, the end may be cut off? I have the same hose that came with a pile of hoses from my donor but it wasnt hooked up either
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Old 12-05-2016, 06:59 PM
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This is the same hose from the donor engine, its all unbent for some reason but the end isnt cut off like on mine. Looks like a typical quick disconnect like youd find in a fuel line but the other end is flared with a fitting


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Old 12-06-2016, 05:26 AM
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Blow in one end and see what comes out. Color, feel, smell, etc. There ought to be something still in it.
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