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Derale High-Temperature Replacement Hose for Transmission - 11/32" Inner Diameter - 4' Long

Derale High-Temperature Replacement Hose for Transmission - 11/32" Inner Diameter - 4' Long

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Able to handle high temperatures and high pressure, this replacement hose is perfect for most transmission cooler applications. Inner diameter is 11/32". Call 800-298-8924 to order Derale accessories and parts part number D13003 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Derale products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Derale High-Temperature Replacement Hose for Transmission - 11/32" Inner Diameter - 4' Long. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Derale Accessories and Parts

  • Transmission Coolers
  • Hoses
  • Derale
  • 11/32 Inch Inner Diameter
  • 4 Feet Long

Able to handle high temperatures and high pressure, this replacement hose is perfect for most transmission cooler applications. Inner diameter is 11/32".


Features:

  • Able to withstand high temperatures and high pressure
  • Crafted to OE specifications
  • Designed for transmission applications only
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Inner diameter: 11/32"
  • Length: 4'
  • 1-Year warranty


13003 Derale Transmission Replacement Hose, 11/32" ID x 4' Long
Hidden Hitch # HH41102
Hayden Automotive # 105

Item # D13003





Video of Derale High-Temperature Replacement Hose for Transmission - 11/32" Inner Diameter - 4' Long

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Transmission Cooler Installation - 2014 Honda Odyssey

Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey, we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 Plate Fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13502. Now to begIn our install, we'll first go ahead and open up the hood. We'll need to remove the top engine cover, those between the grill in the front core support. To do this, we'll remove the multiple push pin fasteners that secure the plastic cover and air intake. Well to remove the push pin fasteners, we'll go and pull Next, we'll then remove the 2 fasteners here, the top and secure the grill to the core support. Now with that done, we'll move to the wheel wells. To make it easier to remove the 2 screw fasteners inside the wheel well, we'll go ahead and turn the wheel inside while working on the driver's side and then inside while we're working on the passenger's side. Now with those fasteners out of the way, we'll move underneath the vehicle, we'll remove multiple fasteners that secure the front fascia and lower rock guard for both screw and push pin fasteners. Now with all the fasteners removed, we'll go ahead and pull the lower rock guard out and set it aside. It's a good idea "to get an extra set of" 00:01:20 hands as we'll remove the front fascia. To remove the front fascia, we'll pull out on the corner of the fascia where it needs to wheel well, releasing the fasteners underneath.

Once we do this to both sides, we can then go ahead and pull the fascia off the front of the vehicle and set aside for re-installation later. Next we'll remove the front bumper. There are total of 6 fasteners to secure it, 3 on each side. Once we removed these fasteners, we can go and set the bumper side for installation later. Next, to give us some working room, I'm going to remove the AC condenser mounting brackets here at the top of the core support. Once we remove the 2 fasteners, we can go ahead and remove the 2 bracket and we'll set them aside. Next, we'll remove the 2 hold down fasteners for the power steering line cooler. Once we remove them, we can go ahead and pull the power steering line down and out of the way. Next, before we attempt to install the cooler and lines, we'll need to cut out a section of the air guard here next to the AC condenser and radiator on the driver side .

We'll go ahead and mark it with a paint marker, then use a rotary tool to cut out the section so that we can run our cooler lines to the transmission. Now with that section cut out, we'll go ahead and start preparing to mount our transmission cooler. Before we mount the cooler, we'll go ahead and install the cooler hoses. Now to put the hose onto the cooler, we can use a little bit of the transmission fluid as lubricant, so we'll go ahead and put some onto the end of the transmission cooler barb fitting then we'll go ahead and slide the hose on. Once we have both hoses on, we'll then take the clamps. Slide on the open end of the hose and tighten them down, Now for this application, we're going to be adding some additional hose to make it all the way around to the transmission lines.

we'll be using part number D13003, 11 30 seconds hose and approximately 2 feet. Now with both hoses secures to the cooler, we'll go ahead and start mounting the cooler to the AC condenser. To mount the cooler, we'll be using the rod and clip fasteners provided with the install kit. The rod will go through the transmission cooler through a foam spacer pad and then through the AC condenser where we'll secure it with a clip on the back side. Let's go ahead and install the lower 2 first. Once we have the rods installed into the cooler, we'll go ahead and install the foam pads. Now we can go ahead and put the cooler against condenser and push the rods all the way through the condenser and secure them with the clip.

Now with the lower 2 fasteners securing the cooler, we'll go ahead and install the top 2 fasteners repeating the same process. Now with all 4 fasteners securing the cooler to the condenser, we'll go ahead and cut off the excess rod that came through the clip. Next, we're ready to go ahead and start routing the transmission cooler hose to the transmission lines. Next, we'll need to check and locate the return side on the manufacturer's line. This line here will be the return side that we'll connect to. Go ahead and take one of the transmission cooler lines and route it to this area, mark the length and cut of any excess, then we'll go ahead and remove the manufacturer's clip on the hose and pull the hose off of the steel line. Now we've got to cut the length, we'll go ahead and install the hose clamp onto the new hose and just tighten it down to keep it out of the way. Now with one side done, we're ready to go ahead and move to the second post connection point. First, the application will be at the top of the baffle, so we'll go ahead and first remove the squid clamp holding the hose in place. Now, to get a "look of the" 00:05:01 working room, we can go ahead and loosen the bracket here and rotate it out of the way. We'll remove the 2 fasteners that go into the bottom of the core support. The fastener, we do not want to completely remove it as it secures the sub-frame of the vehicle. We'll simply loosen it up enough that we can rotate the bracket out of the way. Now with our bracket out of the we'll, make it easier to get out hand up onto the manufacturer's hose and remove it from the line. With the manufacturer's hose now out of the way, we'll go ahead and route the new hose into position and cut the length and then we'll install the hose clamp onto the hose and slide the new hose onto the baffle. Once we have the hose in position, we'll go ahead and tighten down the hose clamp to secure it. Now with all the new transmission cooler hoses in place and installed, it's a good time to check for any leaks. We're ready to go ahead and reassemble our vehicle. We'll go ahead and reinstall the sub-frame bracket and tighten it down, then we can reinstall the power steering line and front bumper. We're ready for reassembly. Now with everything reinstalled and secured, we're ready to hit the road. And that does it for the install of our Derale Series 8000 Plate Fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13502 in conjunction with the Derale High Temp Hose part nummer D13003 on our 2014 Honda Odyssey. .


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Derale High-Temperature Replacement Hose for Transmission - 11/32" Inner Diameter - 4' Long - D13003

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (48 Customer Reviews)

Able to handle high temperatures and high pressure, this replacement hose is perfect for most transmission cooler applications. Inner diameter is 11/32".

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delivered as ordered, on time. helpful vidio for install on my truck. I would order this product again .product should come with more hose and clamps. 795841



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works as needed. 794155



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Good product. 782218



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Tight fit, no leaks. 775569



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Bolts right up to the integral mounting flange on the Draw Tite hitch. Easy to install. 716180



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Installed I about an hour in my ‘09 Tahoe. Been in for a week now and lowered the tranny temp an average of 15-20 degrees. I definitely needed the extra hose that was suggested in other reviews. I actually, accidentally, ordered 2 extra so or goes on my “overs” shelf. No trailer hauling yet but will be pulling a 8x16, 4000lb about 2 hours on Friday. That’s my real test. 714493



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Worked out great for installing the extra trans cooler. 686873



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Installed this in my 2008 Avalanche, utilizing the following kit: D13504 - This cooler D13002 - Mounts D13003 - Extra hose D13035 - GM adapter Everything went well, took the longest time just figuring how I wanted it mounted in the front to make me happy, second to the time spent was of course removing the front fascia of the car. Once I got it in place the only extra things I needed were some P-clips for hose mounting, some split loom and zip ties(my necessity to prevent chafing ever). The GM adapter went in fine, was a bit leery of how 'loose' it felt even after being clipped in, it does move in and out about a 1/4" but this is normal and no leaks present, just make sure the clip retains the adapter. Pushing the new hose on the old hard line that went to the radiator is a bit of a bear, use lube on all your hose barbed ends to ensure easy insertion. Also when mounting the cooler, some screws were attached to the bracing of the car, pre-drilling those holes with a small bit helps tremendously, rather than risk trying to drive a self tapper in with force, slipping and putting a hole in your condenser. After install, transmission is running about 30-40 degrees cooler in normal city driving, will test to see how it does with a tow load. Under towing I would get up to just shy of 220 degrees in the Florida heat, hoping to see it stay below 190 under load. 682380



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A hose is a hose, but it is the support, customer service and follow up that make buying anything from etrailer.com a slam dunk...love these guys! 680954



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Great product... Fair price ...very fast delivery.... completely satisfied 674950



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Typical oil hose nothing bad or good just typical 674861



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Needed for a tranny cooler installation. The hose that came with the kit wasn't long enough. 620434



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Used this with my new transmission cooler install. Works as intended. 599359



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Speedy delivery, great services, and love all the how to video's on the products 566440



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needed the extra hose because with the included kit with the cooler there is not enough hose to do the job good quality hose thanks etrailer 524077


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Worked great 511169



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It’s a hose. Can’t go wrong. Bought the Derale brand just to ensure I had the right size for Derale cooler 494965



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Great product at a great price. I called in with a questions and Samantha was very helpful and offered excellent customer service. 490552



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It’s a hose. Not much else to say. 459771



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Definitely worth it. More important to mount cooler in an ideal location. 444962



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Exactly as described and fast shipping . Thank you 442630



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Worked just fine. The right product for my installation. 411992



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Didn't know a lot about trans coolers but with the help of your website, I ordered parts confident in knowing how to install and how they would perform. 408790



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Purchased a Tranny cooler from etrailer a year ago and it has worked out great. Parts shipped out quick. Everything was of the highest quality. Very easy to install with the bracket kit. I will be sure to use etrailer again. 377629


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