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Old 05-22-2013, 12:27 PM   #1
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brackets for coolant lines on front crashbar

I need a price for the 2 brackets that hold the 3 criss/cross lines that are infront of the radiator but behind the front bumper. The brackets are attached to the lower part of the crashbar. Its a 2004 zx5 with a 2.3 automatic. Thanks


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Wow that's a good one. At first is was thinking YS4Z-8290-BA, but that runs on the top core support.
As of yet, it may be serviced with the 5S4Z-18472-AA, which does come with 1 plastic bracket. I will hopefully find a car around here that I can look at myself.
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Great thanks, I figure it may be a junkyard item. Not sure if the zetec 2.0 or dutatec 2.0 has the same "lines" that run down there. Hopefully they are coolant lines, they may be for something else. On the driver side the line runs straight back toward the firewall. Would a picture help?
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The zetec has a plastic bracket that has two or three lines ran to it that goes from the coolant tank across the front then to the passengerside of the block. But is mounted at the top of the radiator. I paid 15 bucks from the parts store for it. When I did my zetec swap.

This here.

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Not it. BTW, the OEM one is $16.37
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Great thanks, I figure it may be a junkyard item. Not sure if the zetec 2.0 or dutatec 2.0 has the same "lines" that run down there. Hopefully they are coolant lines, they may be for something else. On the driver side the line runs straight back toward the firewall. Would a picture help?
A picture would help. Looked at a 2002 with a 2.0 and it did not have the hoses your were describing. The catalog shows a hose assembly that looks to be the one in question, but any associated parts are not in the same illustration. Typical..
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Pics as best I could, my car is lowered so getting a good angle was hard. The last pic is through the bumper/foglight grill.

Looking up at the crashbar and where the bracket mounts, you can see the broken bracket on the right side of the pic I slid what was left of the lone bracket to the middle for now:



Looking at the lines (3 of them, but they make a long Z, so its all actually the same line) through the lower bumper grill, once again, the brackets I am needing are on the right of the picture, it broke off from the bolt that you see I zip-tied the lines to:

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Hell I was way off. I was thinking rubber coolant lines.
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Yeah they are metal. Never mind the mashed up crashbar, it is straightend and reinforced from the backside.
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Yeah they are metal. Never mind the mashed up crashbar, it is straightend and reinforced from the backside.
The brackets are sold with the power steering cooler assembly. 6S4Z-3D746-AA = $107.34
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