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I could not locate the seal that you are talking about, Do you have a picture? Is this one of the bypass hoses for the heater core?
Is this the hose that you are talking about?
If that is the hose then any o ring will work as long as it's the right size.
The specs for the intake manifold is 18 ft\lb. make sure to replace the manifold's gasket and tighten it uniformly
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That is not the pipe im looking at. mine is a heater pipe that connects from the core to the back of the pump.( i think, It runs up the middle of the engine under the intake and connects at the front of the engine.) I dont have a parts breakdown or i would be able to pick it out.
OK got the right one, I don't see any parts listing for that o ring, Use any o ring that matches the old one. Make sure that the pipe is not rusted out or deformed. Also make sure that the housing is not rusted or deformed.
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Please note that in order to replace that o ring you will need to remove that pipe completely. Coat the o ring with soapy water and nothing else. Don't use lubricants of any sort since they might cause leaks.