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Mazda 626 Air Intake Hose

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$37.59 List Price $52.88 Save $15.29 Availability: In Stock
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DORMAN AIR INTAKE HOSE, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- Protects the models or components that are most susceptible to damage by keeping dirt and debris away from the engine; Replaces OE number KL1113220D.
  • SKU#: RB696602
  • Brand: Dorman
  • Warranty: Dorman limited warranty
 
Fits the following Mazda 626 Years:
  • 1994-1997 | 6 Cyl 2.5L | LX
  • 1993-1997 | 6 Cyl 2.5L | ES
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Dorman Products
Dorman Products, Inc. is a leading supplier of automotive products and hardware to the automotive aftermarket.
  • SKU#: W0133-1704931
  • Brand: Dorman
  • Fit Note: Hose
 
Fits the following Mazda 626 Years:
  • 1988-1992 | All Engines | All Submodels
$48.87 List Price $95.33 Save $46.46 Availability: In Stock
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DORMAN AIR INTAKE HOSE, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- Protects the models or components that are most susceptible to damage by keeping dirt and debris away from the engine; Replaces OE numbers F12Z9B697A, F20113221B.
  • SKU#: RB696201
  • Brand: Dorman
  • Warranty: Dorman limited warranty
 
Fits the following Mazda 626 Years:
  • 1992 | 4 Cyl 2.2L | Base, DX, LX
  • 1991 | 4 Cyl 2.2L | LE
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"The air intake hose for the 'early 90's Mazda MX6s is a formed part. Refitting requires removal of several other components, including a breather hose connected to the valve cover. Although it appears to be a straight, uniform section, the hose is also formed and has different interior diameters on either end. It is very likely that this hose is hardened and will also need replacement. A standard piece of heater hose will work, but must be secured with a gear clamp on the smaller end due to the poor fit. In my case, the original part was hard as a rock and had to be broken for it to be removed." posted by: on October 12, 2008

"The part fit fine , the instulation was a bit of a problem due to the cramped working space." posted by: Bahama Bob on July 18, 2008