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:surrender: I have looked all over and cannot find where to source these hoses. There the heater hoses for mechanical AC/Heat. See picture. 1978 euro 280CE. :crybaby2:
 

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Its just heater hose. Go to autozone and buy some and cut it to fit.
 

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It has those 90 degree turns I get kinks if I used just plain heater hose.
 

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Here are some part numbers for them.

Look at the picture, the biggest of the two is part #: 123 832 01 94

The smallest of the two hoses is part #: 123 832 02 94
 

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thanks guys I guess all the m110s had climate control in the states. I didn't think about looking at 240Ds or 230s.
 

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:surrender: I have looked all over and cannot find where to source these hoses. There the heater hoses for mechanical AC/Heat. See picture. 1978 euro 280CE. :crybaby2:
I know this is a very old post but I wanted to respond anyway since I recently acquired a 1979 240D and encountered the same problem. The two heater hoses are part numbers 123-832-01-94 and 123-832-02-94. NAPA found the 01 hose and I have it. I was unable to find the 02 hose but ended up buying another 01 hose, which appears to have the same bends. I figure I can cut it, couple and size into place. A salvage yard in Fontana, CA has a 240D with the hoses still in place, but upon closer inspection of my hoses, I figure mine are in as good or better shape. I am replacing all hoses on the car as a general maintenance upgrade. One person provided some suggestions how to expand a part number search but I was still unable to locate a company that physically had the hose in stock.
 

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Thanks for posting this update.

...ended up buying another 01 hose, which appears to have the same bends. I figure I can cut it, couple and size into place.
For vehicles of this age, this is the technique that often proves the most viable...calls on one's engineering cleverness.
 
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