When your Mercedes-Benz ML500 left the factory, it was destined for a driver who wants German engineering in their automobile. It's not all the time that you discover you need a replacement Heater Hose to fix your automobile. You picked your ML500 because its a reputation for strength and European styling struck a chord inside you; so why would you be okay with second rate when it comes to superior quality auto parts? Obviously, you didn't buy your ML500 unless you knew that you wanted best-in-class service and dependability both impeccably combined into one car, truck, or SUV.
The need to heat the interiors our vehicles came before our ability to cool them. The engine of your Mercedes-Benz ML500 circulates liquid coolant throughout the block to absorb heat, and transfers it through heater hoses to the heater core so you can warm up the passenger compartment. Mercedes-Benz ML500 heater hoses assist the vehicle's primary cooling system by providing another route for the cooling liquid to follow so that it could dissipate heat. The return heater hose re-introduces the coolant to the engine after it has heated the heater core so it can go back to the radiator.
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Economically priced heater hose - yet affords long service life. Good resistance to high temps and non-oil based coolant additives. Moderate resistance to oil and grease contamination. Similar to SAE 20R3 Class D-2. Tested by Gates to assure reliability. CAUTION: Do not use for fuel or oil transfer applications
Vehicle Install Locations: Radiator To Reservoir