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I have a 2004 RR with high mileage. My mechanic just replaced 7 of the hoses mostly around the radiator with a hose kit I bought on Ebay. He tells me that there are still (I think) four "heater hoses" that need to be replaced, as one has already had patch job do on it. Two questions please:
1. How do I know what to order? (part numbers or names)
2. Since I don't love going to a dealer..........WHO should I contact for purchase?

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I have a 2004 RR with high mileage. My mechanic just replaced 7 of the hoses mostly around the radiator with a hose kit I bought on Ebay. He tells me that there are still (I think) four "heater hoses" that need to be replaced, as one has already had patch job do on it. Two questions please:
1. How do I know what to order? (part numbers or names)
2. Since I don't love going to a dealer..........WHO should I contact for purchase?

Cheers,
Lee
Have you looked at roverparts.com ?

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Atlantic British is also a popular source that has hose kits and individual hoses.
You could look at the hose kit for a 2004 and compare it to the hoses you got on Ebay, and if there are 4 more in the kit, they must be the ones.
There are a lot of hoses on the BMW engine MYs.
 

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Atlantic British is also a popular source that has hose kits and individual hoses.
You could look at the hose kit for a 2004 and compare it to the hoses you got on Ebay, and if there are 4 more in the kit, they must be the ones.
There are a lot of hoses on the BMW engine MYs.
That was their website I provided.

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Done this several times, call the guy at British Parts of Utah, he'll send you a diagram, then you can compare with the hoses in your truck to see what you need. It's a pretty easy job on the M62. remove the engine cover and the cabin filter housing panel and the access is incredible....
 
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