[MR2] HFH & HFHOE
AWillis at lithia.com
Thu Mar 11 14:57:15 EST 2010
Hose From Hell and Hose From Hell On Earth, respectively - water hoses
that carry coolant to and from the oil cooler.
Aaron Willis, Parts Dept. - Lithia Toyota Scion of Springfield, OR -
Shop and order online at http://www.LithiaToyotaParts.com
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From: mr2-bounces at mr2.com [mailto:mr2-bounces at mr2.com] On Behalf Of
waynearndt at waynearndt.com
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2010 11:51 AM
To: Hawkley, Inc.
Cc: James; mr2 at mr2.com
Subject: Re: [MR2] HFH & HFHOE
HFH and HFHOE? I'm getting lost in the acronyms...
On Thu, 11 Mar 2010 13:12:35 -0500, "Hawkley, Inc." <paypal at clubmr2.com>
> Taking out the intercooler won't gain you much toward getting at the
> HFH and HFHOE. The HFH is behind the turbocharger.
> David Hawkins
> James wrote:
>> I gather from what you guys are saying that, if I've already got
>> my intercooler out for replacing with an aftermarket one, it might be
>> idea to take that opportunity to replace the HFH and HFHOE as a
>> measure? ('93 Turbo w/83k miles) Or is there much more disassembly
>>>> From: Dave A.
>>>> Yep, had the hfh leak on my '93t. Not too bad to fix but lots to
>>>> apart. Do yourself a favor and drain the coolant then remove the
>>>> coolant hose that comes up from under the car. The intercooler
>>>> then easily come out and you will have lots of space to work.
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