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{Alternate Inventory Numbers: 20329, CH329, CH782, MH0782}
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GATES 20782 Specifications
Branch Quantity0
Centerline Length9.8"
Contains SpringNo
End 1 Inside Diameter1"
End 2 Inside Diameter1"
MaterialEPDM
Modular HoseNo
MoldedYes
Number Of Quick Connect Fittings0
Molded
Gates is the Automotive Aftermarket leader in the unique Modular assembly coolant hose segment. Gates Modular Radiator Hose is manufactured to fit specific applications. Similar to OEM specifications and includes specific essential integrated OE components such as; hose branches, quick-connectors, sensors, restrictors, etc.

Features & Benefits:
  • Heat and ozone resistant cover.
  • Engineered to resist electrochemical degradation - the leading cause of hose failure.
  • Re-engineered materials resist vacuum collapse; this reduces the need for internal springs in many applications.
  • Temperature rating: -40 F to 275 F (-40 C to 135 C) in coolant hose applications.
  • Meets SAE 20R4 and 20R3 Type EC Class D-1 and D-2 specifications.
Service Tip: Squeeze along the hose and feel for inconsistencies; replace any hose that is soft, spongy or crunchy.
Signs it is Time to Replace Your Radiator Hose(s)

Prevent coolant leaks that could cause your engine to overheat by checking for these common signs of Radiator Hose damage / failure:

INTERNAL DAMAGE

Soft / mushy hose ends, usually about 2 inches from the clamp.

Internally Damaged Hose
Internally Damaged Hose
LEAKAGE

Moisture, drips or coolant bleed marks on or around the hose clamps, connectors or hose.

Leak Damaged Hose
Leaking Hose
HEAT DAMAGE

Slight swelling, or a hardened, glossy cover that is covered with cracks.

Heat Damaged Hose
Heat Damaged Hose
OZONE DAMAGE

Tiny, parallel cracks in the cover, usually at hose bends.

Ozone Damaged Hose
Ozone Damaged Hose
ABRASION DAMAGE

Rubbing marks on, or damage to the hose cover.

Abrasion Damaged Hose
Abrasion Damaged Hose
OIL CONTAMINATION

Soft or spongy to the touch - bulges and swelling are readily apparent.

Oil Damaged Hose
Oil Contaminated Hose
Cooling System Maintenance | Tips & Tools

Without regular maintenance, cooling system components will degrade and fail prematurely, which can lead to costly engine damage. Protect your engine with simple preventative maintenance:

  • Completely drain and flush the system using Cooling System Flush prior to installation. Flushing the system is critical to prevent system contamination and failure.
  • Consider replacing the Thermostat and Radiator Cap as part of routine preventative maintenance. System contamination can cause these parts to degrade and fail over time, which can lead to severe engine damage from overheating.
  • Refill radiator with fresh Coolant / Antifreeze according to the volume and formula specified in your Owner's Manual. Inspect levels and condition every year.
Videos

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Additional Resources

Evolving Hose Technology
OEM / Interchange Numbers: 0519471000, 1785183000, 1785183100, 2077298, 21490008, 2150110600, 21501H5015, 21501H5020, 21501H8500, 21501HB500, 21504H1100, 273189, 4W7081, 5411715, 653574, 660096, 663030, 663031, 673613, 89684, 9L2727, R49474

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