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Old 05-11-2019, 09:10 AM
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So my usual shop told me my KN rubbed through my high pressure A/C discharge line. They wanted 400 for the part I said no and now they wont show me which line it is so I need help. What I know is that its the line that runs from the compressor to the condenser and it is high pressure "A/C Discharge". Could someone help me find the part num? This is an 04 350Z
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Go to Rockauto.com...

Four Seasons Part #55021

EDIT: https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/fo...rant+hose,6900

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Originally Posted by Josh Gerena View Post
So my usual shop told me my KN rubbed through my high pressure A/C discharge line. They wanted 400 for the part I said no and now they wont show me which line it is so I need help. What I know is that its the line that runs from the compressor to the condenser and it is high pressure "A/C Discharge". Could someone help me find the part num? This is an 04 350Z
If you mean the heat shield on the K&N air intake rubbing through that white pipe under it I feel it's already doing the same to mine. How can you prevent that ?
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If you mean the heat shield on the K&N air intake rubbing through that white pipe under it I feel it's already doing the same to mine. How can you prevent that ?

Yeah it took 2 years for mine to fully break so you might have some time. Maybe instead of deleting heat shield you could put heat covers on the pipes underneath kinda like a turbo.
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get a piece of exhaust hanger rubber, like below, and zip tie it to the line

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get a piece of exhaust hanger rubber, like below, and zip tie it to the line


Thanks man I'll go to AutoZone today hope they have it
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to assist with install, this is a very common issue with aftermarket intakes
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