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Old 11-13-2016, 09:11 AM   #1
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NEED HELP Finding cooling hose parts 03 S Model

Hello All,
I'm having issues figuring out which parts I need to order, the problem is because the car was wrecked so I can't pull the parts out of exactly where they came from. I also didn't take apart the car which is making this much harder than anticipated.

The car is a 2003 986 S 6-Speed

They are multiple cooling hoses. I'm trying to get the exact part numbers so I can order new ones. Or if someone has all these parts I would happily buy them on here.

Part 1: Easiest to figure out for someone who knows which side of the car the blue plug is on for the center radiator. This is a long hose with several bends that starts at the center radiator on the side with the blue plug. Is this Part #: 996-106-138-53-OEM?
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Here is a photo.
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Part 2: This part has numbers on it but when I look up the diagram using this number the part doesn't look the same.
996.106.611.53.AS? (Part 1 on diagram)
There is a plastic coupling on the end that is broken, I need that part. The diagram shows clamp 2 going into hose 4, but they do not look like the plastic sleeve that I have broken, see here: (Is the replacement sans plastic piece I have broken?)
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Part 3 & 4-
Now for the plastic piece I am missing, I am missing both of these. There are 2 of them and they are located at the lower portion of the firewall closer to the driver's side.
I keep ending up at this diagram:
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The parts don't seem the same... #6 vaguely resembles the metal coolant hose that is bent.

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Part 5 -
Going back the the 996.106.611.53.AS? part, this is a metal cooling hose. The sister hose to this is bent, this on I do not have a part number for. I think the metal hose is part 6 in the diagram. The picture is here:
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BUMP. Anyone have any experience with the plastic "coupling" looking sections? The local Porsche dealership was no help without seeing the car and it is currently inoperable.
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BUMP. Anyone have any experience with the plastic "coupling" looking sections? The local Porsche dealership was no help without seeing the car and it is currently inoperable.
Are you talking about the hose that splits 3 or for ways?
That is the only hose that has plastic molded in to it.
Part number Number 8 in the diagram. Select your part number based on the year of your car.
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Are you talking about the hose that splits 3 or for ways?
That is the only hose that has plastic molded in to it.
Part number Number 8 in the diagram. Select your part number based on the year of your car.
Water Cooling 1
Unfortunately that is the issue, it was a wrecked car so I don't know how it came apart. But looking at my photo the break in the plastic is attached to a rubber hose that is only a few inches long, the diagram you've shown has 3 fairly lengthy hoses coming out of it. The location with the most damage is just in front of the firewall where your feet would go just above the front left suspension. But...

Is this possibly where it enters the radiator and that is where the plastic is coming from? The part that is broken attaches to part 996-106-611-53 in what looks like the front of the car, that is the end of the diagram, I don't see where this part attaches to in another diagram.
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Old 12-17-2016, 08:46 AM   #6
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I think your best bet is going to be to find someone with the same car intact who will let you look at it and see where the parts are located. I have a 2003 S 6 speed but am in NJ - too far from Washington whether it is the state or DC. Maybe a local independent Porsche specialist can help you out in this regard. Wish I had more to offer.
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Old 12-20-2016, 07:05 PM   #7
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Maybe this will be a better explanation:

Where does part #99610661153 water tube supply connect to in this photo?





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