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Old 17 Apr 2017, 11:50 am
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Thank you guys. I am hoping to get a used one. I did find a new one with the information HOSE. Intercooler to Throttle Body for 2003 Chrysler Pt Cruiser 2.4L 4 Cyl DOHC 16V Turbo, 5-Speed HD Manual. #04891478AA
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Old 17 Apr 2017, 11:56 am
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That is the Intercooler to throttle body hose. It is discontinued at the dealer now. The part number is: 4891478AA

If you need a used one I may have one here I can sell. Send me a message if you are interested.
I sent a PM. Please let me know what you'd take for the hose.

Thanks, man
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Old 17 Apr 2017, 12:40 pm
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I guess I hadn't thought of the PT being in that category yet where parts wouldn't be available.
Yeah - me either. Does that mean the value will finally start to climb now that they are classics???
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Yeah - me either. Does that mean the value will finally start to climb now that they are classics???
With the number of cars that could use this part, I'm surprised that somebody hasn't come up with a reproduction part. Pretty much with classic cars, almost every part is being reproduced and I think you can almost build a complete new car from all the reproduction parts that are available. Even with new cars, as soon as a model is introduced many manufacturers start producing their after-market parts to compete with the OEM parts. Maybe this hose doesn't fail or need replacement as much as I think, and that's why nobody is reproducing it because they wouldn't sell any.

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