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Looking for a GM part number by Rodney
Started on: 06-04-2014 11:16 AM
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Report this Post06-04-2014 11:16 AM Click Here to See the Profile for RodneyClick Here to visit Rodney's HomePageClick Here to Email RodneySend a Private Message to RodneyEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Anyone have an older P-22?

http://rodneydickman.com/ca...h=22&products_id=344

Hose #18. My last edition P-22 is blank for that part number. Older P-22 parts catalogs should have the OEM GM part number.

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According to my 22P book, it lists #18 as not serviced for 1988. 1985-1987 part number is: 10041086
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That part # is correct for 85-87, as per gm parts catalog. If the car is an 88 even the gm catalog has an "NS" next to it.

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What does N.S. or Not Serviced mean? Does anyone have an original 88 with a hose?

I just checked a Formula and as best I can see, the only markings on it appear to be B OF and ENGINE. No numbers.
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Well, I know for a fact that that hose is nowhere to be found for an 88 4-cylinder car. What I had to do when mine burst was to get some of that corrugated stainless steel do-it-yourself hose and couplings, and make my own. It works, and looks better than the original rubber hose anyway.
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Report this Post06-05-2014 01:05 PM Click Here to See the Profile for RodneyClick Here to visit Rodney's HomePageClick Here to Email RodneySend a Private Message to RodneyEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
With the P-22's: As they went along to later versions if a part was no longer available from GM they left the part number out. So I'm hoping someone with an earlier edition P-22 will have it. My P-22 is the last version I think. Probably the best one is maybe very late 87 or early 88. Those might be the most complete.

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Not serviced typically means that a particular part comes as part of an assembly and cannot be purchased separately. Just a guess but its possible that hose for 88 may have come as part of the cross-engine coolant pipe assembly and therefore could not be bought separately.
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Interesting. Maybe someone has the part number for the complete assembly? I could use that so if someone finds that part number and searches the net they would find my page. Anyone?

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On pages J-11 and J-12, item 35 lists 2 numbers for the 88. Both are for the crossover pipe with manual transmission and with automatic transmission (W/MT) and (W/AT). It appears the crossover is different for the two transmissions, but is the hose different?

Crossover pipe numbers are 10110419 for manual and 10110418 for automatic. Since there was no crossover and equivalent hose on the L4, maybe it was a part of the crossover.
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Not serviced typically means that a particular part comes as part of an assembly and cannot be purchased separately. Just a guess but its possible that hose for 88 may have come as part of the cross-engine coolant pipe assembly and therefore could not be bought separately.


Nope - I bought a new cross over pipe from GM way back and it didn't come with the rubber hose. I do have an old version of the electronic part catalog someplace that may have the number for it. Have to look and see - not sure how old my P22 is either. But will check.
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