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I've only had my 2008 Jeep Commander Overland 4x4 for about a year, and recently, I've had to order a re-manufactured engine for it. The shop is almost finished with the work, but there's a part which needs replacement which we're having a hard time identifying, and I could really use some help obtaining a replacement for...whatever this is. Any and all help would be appreciated, and God Bless you all.
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Howdy all!

I've only had my 2008 Jeep Commander Overland 4x4 for about a year, and recently, I've had to order a re-manufactured engine for it. The shop is almost finished with the work, but there's a part which needs replacement which we're having a hard time identifying, and I could really use some help obtaining a replacement for...whatever this is. Any and all help would be appreciated, and God Bless you all.
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Need a larger picture with showing more of the engine, can't really tell anything from that pic.


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looks like heater core line t's going into the firewall...
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Howdy all!

I've only had my 2008 Jeep Commander Overland 4x4 for about a year, and recently, I've had to order a re-manufactured engine for it. The shop is almost finished with the work, but there's a part which needs replacement which we're having a hard time identifying, and I could really use some help obtaining a replacement for...whatever this is. Any and all help would be appreciated, and God Bless you all.
Thanks,

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You can buy those heater hose nylon hose barb's at O'Reilly Auto Parts. They might seem kind of cheap but they're stronger than they look. If O'Reilly doesn't have them, another auto parts will. Just look around. Don't forget to buy all those clamps though.Buy good quality ones.
I replaced mine years ago.

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This is a picture of the T fittings to the heater hoses from a little further away. Is this the part you are asking about?
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