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Old 08-12-2015, 08:37 PM
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Replacement Air Relief Valve (Coolant System)

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My coolant "air relief" valve broke, I tried removing the bleeder screw and the brittle plastic cracked and my car puked coolant everywhere.

Now I need to find a replacement. The parts diagrams I've seen don't show the part or part number for what I need. I searched like a **** and couldn't find anything! Does anyone have a part number or a website where I can buy the part? Any help is greatly appreciated.

You can see the valve in the middle of the heater hose below.

 
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Originally Posted by Greg Huston View Post
Hi,

My coolant "air relief" valve broke, I tried removing the bleeder screw and the brittle plastic cracked and my car puked coolant everywhere.

Now I need to find a replacement. The parts diagrams I've seen don't show the part or part number for what I need. I searched like a **** and couldn't find anything! Does anyone have a part number or a website where I can buy the part? Any help is greatly appreciated.

You can see the valve in the middle of the heater hose below.

"92500U-Connector Heater Hose"

I had the same thing happen and it shot all over my face, eyes, and mouth. Luckily, it was only warm, so I didn't get injured. I don't even use that valve anymore when I mess with the coolant.
 
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Originally Posted by coffeysm View Post
"92500U-Connector Heater Hose"

I had the same thing happen and it shot all over my face, eyes, and mouth. Luckily, it was only warm, so I didn't get injured. I don't even use that valve anymore when I mess with the coolant.
So i didn't see an answer i have the same problem and cant find a valve anywhere..help
 
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I gave the generic part number in my response. I think it's 92500-AR000, but I'd just get a new section of hose that valve is dangerous in my opinion. It gets brittle over time and I'm not the only person to have it crack. You can get air out without even using that and I don't even touch it anymore.
 
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Originally Posted by coffeysm View Post
I gave the generic part number in my response. I think it's 92500-AR000, but I'd just get a new section of hose that valve is dangerous in my opinion. It gets brittle over time and I'm not the only person to have it crack. You can get air out without even using that and I don't even touch it anymore.
Have you tried the Infiniti dealer parts department?
If it broke during a dealer repair how would they fix it?

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Originally Posted by coffeysm View Post
I gave the generic part number in my response. I think it's 92500-AR000, but I'd just get a new section of hose that valve is dangerous in my opinion. It gets brittle over time and I'm not the only person to have it crack. You can get air out without even using that and I don't even touch it anymore.
Is it ok not to have it? It doesn't cause the car to overheat if i just run a straight hose? I finally found one today at the dealership for $18 but i haven't went to get it yet.
 
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Z1 has a replacement relief valve with a t tap built in for a threaded sensor like to run a water temp guage. Price was $20 or so from what I remember
 
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