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Wagon part numbers: rear hydraulic lines

Anybody have any link to self leveling part number for the wagon?

Have been driving the Wagon myself for the past two weeks testing out the new transmission ... Naturally, when I allow another to take today ..........They call telling me the dash is saying .... "Steering gear oil"

I get there and see fluid all over the middle of the rear of the car. Looks like one of the hydraulic lines rusted -- Think the long one to the left side

Found a system diagram -- no part numbers. Also, can't find the proper link in any of the online dealers. My neighbor on the Cape was able to get all of them from a wreck a number of years ago -- remember him telling me they were expensive. His car was in MA -- so lots of salt early on. Some of these MB lines don't hold up -- others last forever.
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Each bigger city will have "Hose man" shop, or Fleet Pride, who will make hose to fit.
Metric fittings might be harder to get, but if you can reuse yours, it should be no problem.
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Thanks -- not all the number work? wonder if not usa part numbers?
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Well -- as a long time MB owner I have learned that sometimes you just have to bite the bullet ... get all that's needed and move on. The diagram was helpful -- but the numbers have changed (some 4 X) ... had to go to my local dealer where I don't get a good discount any more .

Ordered up the line that looks to be the one leaking and the other two that are rusty -- one of the fittings just in case. $380 ... but they have them thankfully in the USA and close by in Trenton NJ. I also ran into a long time mechanic who told me to look at a few other spots and replace them as well if at all suspect .... so I may be in for more. It has to be fixed .. and correctly so I don't have any more issues. The fluid alone is $60 for the 4x needed.

The lines have a ball fitting and there is no reliable rebuilder aroound

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To bad you do not live out here in west, or fly out here for business...

We got wagons coming out of our ears in the junk yards here that are rust free...

I'd would replace all those lines, but I would add a primer and a top coat along with a under coating, so they are rust free..

You need come out here.

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To bad you do not live out here in west, or fly out here for business...

We got wagons coming out of our ears in the junk yards here that are rust free...

I'd would replace all those lines, but I would add a primer and a top coat along with a under coating, so they are rust free..

You need come out here.

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I would love to come out there for a beer and chat but is it legal in your county to replace a light bulb with tools not commonly found at residence?
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I would love to come out there for a beer and chat but is it legal in your county to replace a light bulb with tools not commonly found at residence?


I just changed a light bulb, and had to use of that sticky-back sand paper used in autobody sanding paddles, yet it was not the garden variety found at the home centers to clean the contacts...

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To bad you do not live out here in west, or fly out here for business...

We got wagons coming out of our ears in the junk yards here that are rust free...

I'd would replace all those lines, but I would add a primer and a top coat along with a under coating, so they are rust free..

You need come out here.

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Guess the used part people don't understand how expensive the lines --- none on e-bay. I did see one of the level controls. Would have had no problem with used ... rust free is a good as new.

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No quick money(it is what ebay is all about) to be made and....................... To hard to ship in the box with all the shipping fees and restrictions.

Not worth it...for the work..

Come out to the west after the kids go to school, and before it snows . Pluck-them out your self

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