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Old 09-08-2020, 12:23 PM   #1
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WTB: coolant flange

Need to buy the part at green arrow, opposite side of thermostat, inlet flange. Mine has a tiny crack in it. 2002 tip 3.2, if it makes any difference.




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If it’s the same part on a 99 5-speed, let me know, you can have it.....

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Old 09-10-2020, 06:31 AM   #3
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No difference between the years or base vs S, but there is a different part number for the Tiptronic (M249) vs the manual transmission (M480/M481). Not sure what the difference is and I have swapped the engines with no need to change that part.



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Old 09-11-2020, 03:55 PM   #4
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Shows a nipple on the tip, but this tip has no nipple. I got it handled, turns out the hose clamp failed, looked like a crack in the flange. All good


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Shows a nipple on the tip, but this tip has no nipple. I got it handled, turns out the hose clamp failed, looked like a crack in the flange. All good


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Heya -- dumb question, what's the other end of this connect to? Directly to the radiator? Does someone have a larger diagram?
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Heya -- dumb question, what's the other end of this connect to? Directly to the radiator? Does someone have a larger diagram?

Direct to rad, the part circled and even though the drawings show a different piece for tiptronic, mine didnít have an extra hose nipple on it. I sorted my issue with dye and found several (3) failed hose clamps. When I replaced them, the leaks stopped.


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