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Upper Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501505
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$18.22
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Location : UpperNotes : with Coolant Reservoir and Water PumpReplaces OE Number : 11537500733Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501506
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$17.48
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Location : LowerNotes : with Coolant Reservoir and Water PumpReplaces OE Number : 11537508688Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper and Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPB501505
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$33.92
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Location : Upper And LowerComponents : (2) Radiator HosesReplaces OE Number : 11537508688, 11537500733Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501502
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$15.85
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Location : UpperNotes : Single Type; with EndsReplaces OE Number : 11531705223Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501503
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$19.21
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Location : LowerNotes : with Coolant Reservoir and Water PumpReplaces OE Number : 11531705224Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper and Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPB501502-2
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$33.31
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Location : Upper And LowerNotes : Single Type; with EndsComponents : (2) Radiator HosesReplaces OE Number : 11531705223, 11531705224Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501510
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$21.87
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Location : LowerReplaces OE Number : 11531436408Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501511
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$16.01
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Location : UpperNotes : with Quick Connect FittingReplaces OE Number : 17127510952Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper and Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: SET-REPB501511-2
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$35.99
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Location : Upper And LowerComponents : (2) Radiator HosesReplaces OE Number : 17127510952, 11531436408Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Coolant Reservoir, Water Pump and Radiator Hose Kit
Replacement
Part Number: KIT1-061517-01-C
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$89.72
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Location : LowerComponents : (1) Coolant Reservoir, (1) Water Pump, and (2) Radiator HosesReplaces OE Number : 11531436408, 17127510952, 17117573781Quantity Sold : KitWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: REPB501508
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$28.89
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Location : UpperNotes : with Radiator, Inlet/Outlet Hose, 206 Degree Thermostat and Housing Assembly and Gasket, Radiator Cap (30 PSI)Replaces OE Number : 11537505228Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: RA50150002
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$20.35
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Location : LowerReplaces OE Number : 8E0121049NQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: RA50150004
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$12.11
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Location : UpperNotes : with Quick Connect FittingReplaces OE Number : 8E0121101Quantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper and Lower Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: SET-RA50150004
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$30.84
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Location : Upper And LowerNotes : with Quick Connect FittingComponents : (2) Radiator HosesReplaces OE Number : 8E0121049N, 8E0121101Quantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
Upper Radiator Hose
Replacement
Part Number: RF50150001
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$11.18
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Location : UpperReplaces OE Number : 3C3Z8260AGQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warranty
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Radiator Hose Customer Reviews

Quality part, as advertised
william scroggs
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Apr 09, 2020
Upper Radiator Hose
Mar 30, 2020
Just like the picture
Great product. Fast shipping. Exactly what was in the picture and described. Part or fantastic. Cheap replacement for factory part.
Kiel Wilson
VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Mar 10, 2020
Upper Radiator Hose
Jul 03, 2019
Great hose
Took less that two minutes to replace this hose .Highly recommend it if your car is older that 15 years The original hose rotted out.
Purchased on Jan 18, 2016

Radiator Hose Guides





Isn't it alarming that even a little hole in your vehicle's radiator hose can cause big engine destruction? Tiny as it may be, a hole in the radiator hose can allow engine coolant to leak out. This leads to coolant loss for the radiator and the engine. Coolant insufficiency weakens the cooling process, allowing engine temperature to rise past manageable levels. Remember, excessive heat is the engine's number one enemy. Overheating means expensive repairs and replacements. You don't want to go through all that don't you? Avoid this misfortune by keeping your vehicle's cooling system parts in top shape. Replace the radiator hose whenever necessary. And for you to get a premium-quality radiator hose at a much cheaper price, shop only here at Carparts!


• Stays in good shape for a longer period of time

• Made from high-grade material to ensure long life service

• Designed to efficiently handle coolant at low and high temperatures

Choosing the Right Radiator Hose

A car's cooling system is made up of different parts that work together to effectively maintain temperature. Because of the varying temperatures they are subjected into, these parts don't last long. One very important part in the cooling system that easily gets damaged is the radiator hose.

The radiator hose connects the radiator to the cylinder block and circulates coolant throughout the engine. A damaged radiator hose won't supply coolant to the engine properly, so the engine will overheat quickly. If your car's radiator hose is damaged, it has to be replaced immediately. Though radiator hoses are relatively cheap, finding the perfect radiator hose for your car can be troublesome. This guide will give you some tips on choosing the right radiator hose, so you won't regret your purchase.

Which radiator hose?

If you'll check under your car's hood, you'll probably notice two hoses attached to your car's radiator. These hoses are the radiator hoses. In stores, radiator hoses are sold based on its location. When buying a replacement radiator hose, you have to make sure that you know which hose is damaged, so you won't purchase the wrong hose. If you're unsure or if you forgot which hose is damaged, you should purchase an upper or lower hose because this can replace both the upper and lower hoses.

Types of radiator hoses

Nowadays, car parts manufacturers make different kinds of radiator hoses for different cars. So if you're looking for a replacement radiator hose, it's best to check which of these types will suit your vehicle.

  • Molded: Made of either stainless steel or custom silicone, molded hoses are pre-shaped based on OEM specifications. They are crafted for full coolant flow and easy radiator connections. However, because molded are based on OEM specs, they can't fit every vehicle model.
  • Flex: Designed with a corrugated cover that easily bends, flex hoses aim to replicate OE hoses. They contain silicone rubber, so installers have to cut them to get the appropriate shape. But because of the ridges, flex hoses resist water flow and hamper pump efficiency.

The best brand

If you'll browse a car parts catalog, you'll notice that radiator hoses are sold by numerous brands. But always keep in mind that the best brand doesn't equate to skyrocketing sales. The best brand should always be a trustworthy and never forsakes quality for price. If you want the best, consider the kind of car that you have and your driving style because these factors greatly affect your hose's longevity.

Quick Fix: How to Replace the Radiator Hose

Your car's radiator, is connected to the engine through the radiator hose. If the radiator hose is leaking or damaged, it will be difficult for the radiator to regulate engine temperature. If your car's radiator hose is damaged, you have to replace it immediately. This guide will teach you how you can replace the radiator hose without visiting a mechanic.

Difficulty level: Moderate

Tools needed:

  • New radiator hose
  • OE recommended coolant
  • Water
  • Flathead screwdriver
  • Utility knife
  • Bucket

Safety Tip: Always make sure that your car's engine is cool before replacing the radiator hose. Your car's coolant system is usually hot and may scald you if you're not careful.

Step 1: Place the bucket under the radiator. Then, at the bottom of the radiator, locate the drain plug. Unscrew it to drain the radiator.

Step 2: To remove the hose clamps at the ends of the radiator hose, use a flathead screwdriver. In some cases, a utility knife is needed to remove the hose completely.

Step 3: Attach the hose clamps on the new radiator hose. Then, put the new radiator hose in correct position. Don't forget to secure it by tightening the hose clamps.

Step 4: In a separate bucket, mix equal amounts of coolant and water to fill the radiator again. You can use premixed coolant or pure coolant mixed with water. Always remember to use OE recommended coolant.

Step 5: Leave the radiator open. Then, start your car, and turn its heat to maximum level. Do this by pressing the gas and holding down for ten seconds at least twice or thrice.

Step 6: Put the radiator cap back. Your car now has a new radiator hose!

Quick Reminder: Automobile experts recommend that radiator hoses be replaced every four years or 60,000 miles.

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