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  • Silicone elastomer inner liner reinforced with woven fiberglass fabric and coated with orange silicone rubber
  • Resists high temperatures, pressures, coolants, weathering, and ozone for enhanced durability
  • Highly visible orange color that helps distinguish it from engine coolant hoses
  • Each hose is packaged separately for customer convenience


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ACDelco Professional, premium aftermarket Turbocharger Hoses are specially compounded for use as short, flexible connectors between the air intake and the turbocharger. They can also be used for turbocharger air discharge. ACDelco Professional Turbocharger Hoses are temperature rated from -60 degrees Fahrenheit to 500 degrees Fahrenheit (-51 degrees Celsius to 260 degrees Celsius) and are approved for Marine applications. These premium aftermarket replacement turbocharger hoses are manufactured to meet your expectations for fit, form, and function.


Limited Lifetime Warranty*: ACDelco offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty on specific service parts. General Motors warrants to the purchaser that it will replace these specific Genuine GM Parts and ACDelco parts for all manufacturer defects in workmanship and manufacturing. Effective on parts purchased April 1, 2018 and later to the original retail purchaser. Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage.


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Can a heavy duty/non-automotive hose detach during use?

Yes, make sure the hose clamps are screwed on tightly when installing

Can a heavy duty/non-automotive hose freeze in the winter?
Yes – when there’s water in the hose. It’s important to follow the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation on the use of engine coolant to prevent freezing.

Can I use the same heavy duty/non-automotive hose for multiple uses?
No, the hose should be used in the way it’s listed in the ACDelco belts and hoses catalog.

Will I know when it is time to replace a heavy duty/non-automotive hose?
Yes, this requires inspection, though. When the engine is cool, squeeze the hoses with your thumb and forefinger near the clamps. Feel for soft or mushy spots. A good hose will have a firm yet pliant feel. Also, Inspect for cracks, nicks, bulges (usually while hot), or a collapsed section in the hose and oil contamination, or fraying near the connection points.

Are there steps I can take to ensure a longer heavy duty/non-automotive hose life?


• Examine hoses every 12 months. Look for leaks, cracks, or rot. Replace when showing signs of wear.

• Tighten any loose clamps. Replace clamps when replacing hoses.

• Have cooling system inspected immediately if instrument panel-mounted temperature gauge indicates engine overheating.

• Periodically remove bugs, leaves, and other debris from the front of the radiator. They can block airflow and substantially reduce cooling efficiency.

• Though electrochemical degradation occurs from the inside out, you can feel for voids, cracks, or weak spots. Squeeze the hose with your thumb and two or three fingers. If you’re not sure, remove the hose and check it visually.




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