Xantia CT Turbo heater hose ?
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    Default Xantia CT Turbo heater hose ?

    For, '97 Xantia CT Turbo 2.00
    I require a replacement heater hose assembly for the above.
    Usual eBay searches have failed. One supplier in Turkey replied to a message saying they could supply, but two subsequent messages have failed to reveal how I can order & pay for it ?
    No go at EAI, Lorreante, & one eBay German outlet.
    Any ideas please ?

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    Richard, I don't have the part, but I'm guessing you want #6 in this diagram.
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    If the fault is at the elbow that fits to the heater core pipes, as it often has been, you could probably take one from any of a number of Citroen and Pug models and splice it in. Some models have the elbows pointing straight down while others are at an angle.

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    Or if you are really desperate and are losing too much coolant because the crappy plastic heater pipes are broken, you can bypass the whole heater by fashioning a copper plumbing tube to connect the coolant hose to itself behind the engine. That's what I did so that our Xantia is still usable. Fortunately Sydney winters are not that cold that one needs the heater.

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    does anyone know if Pug 406 bits fit this spot?

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    Apparently Peugeot 306 hose fits. Mine has split at the elbow where it connects to the thermostat & I have taped it over, but if I can't get a new hose I will cut & sleeve a elbow into the line. As usual you have to demolish the car to get at it !
    Thanks everyone .
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    Mine has just burst also and have done just what your saying. My top main hose from thermostat to rad was bulging. There are definitely NLA. Lucky a friend had a spare car I could rob it from.

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    I had to adapt mine from another slightly different Xantia too. I guess a couple more points of failure but gave me no problems.


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