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1996 xj6 4.0 Hot water hoses list

 
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We're looking forward at pulling apart the throttle body, intake manifold(s) and EGR valve for cleaning soon and so we also need to replace all the hot water hoses while we're in there. The upper and lower radiator hoses are easy to look up, but others like the xxxxxxx hose we would need a reference number. Since we cannot see whats under the manifold(s), we don't know yet what other hoses are waiting for us. Is there a pdf available showing the hoses and their part numbers? Also, to pick your brains further, what gaskets should we pre order for this project?

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G'day Bobby,

Have a look at this website, you can find all the exploded diagrams and part numbers you need here. Then once you have the part number just google it and you will find many different suppliers.

https://www.jaguarclassicparts.com/uk

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As part of this project, you WILL be replacing the water rail hose (#4) and the TWO water rail gaskets (#2) while the intake manifold is off. These items reside directly under the manifold. This is the hose that is known as the Bast**d hose, or perhaps Devil hose, since its Dayco part number is 71666. It is extremely difficult to reach unless the manifold is off. It (and the gaskets) are a MUST-DO at this time!


Image courtesy of Jaguar Classic Parts as Jeff has referenced above. That is a great site for parts reference and sourcing.

Water rail hose: NBC2273AB
Water rail gaskets: EAC9745

Both should be readily available from multiple sources.

You also will be replacing the thermostat and gasket. DO NOT use an O-ring on the thermostat housing. Use gasket NBB2217AC.

More recommendations will follow, I'm sure.
 
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Excellent info. Thanks !!
 
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Can't recall the vendor, but I found a kit containing all the hoses, save some of the small, 1/4" or 3/8" dia intake manifold hoses for a considerable discount vs. buying them individually. Sorry, in addition to not remembering the vendor, can't recall the price, either, but think it was in the $240 range. And the small ones not in the kit are simple - straight, not formed, so just buy a length of the proper diameter at the auto store and make them up.

I "found" this kit by doing a web-search on the individual Jaguar hose part numbers and happened to stumble onto it.
 
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Originally Posted by aholbro1 View Post
Can't recall the vendor, but I found a kit containing all the hoses, save some of the small, 1/4" or 3/8" dia intake manifold hoses for a considerable discount vs. buying them individually. Sorry, in addition to not remembering the vendor, can't recall the price, either, but think it was in the $240 range. And the small ones not in the kit are simple - straight, not formed, so just buy a length of the proper diameter at the auto store and make them up.

I "found" this kit by doing a web-search on the individual Jaguar hose part numbers and happened to stumble onto it.
Thank you. I will try that search.

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$440 for the complete kit from these guys
https://www.jagbits.com/product/HK402-X.html
Thats a LOT more than the $240 !
 
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https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/x...s-ones-209801/

That should give you the full list. Some of those are indeed just normal hoses, although they are inexpensive enough to just get the right part and not have to worry. It should absolutely come in below $400+!

I would not hesitate to use URO, if OEM is too costly/not available, and obviously any other good aftermarket hose brand that you've heard of, Dayco, Goodyear, Continental. Make sure you know who's making it, and you should be fine. Quite frankly, other than the octopus hose, most other hoses will be easy to get to and replace.

The devil hose might be the only other hose I'd consider paying up for OEM.
 
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I lowered the price to $349.95 some of the hoses are Jaguar only hoses:
https://www.jagbits.com/product/HK402-X.html
 
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