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2007 Nissan Frontier - Heater Hose Assembly

Heater hoses are rubber hoses found in vehicles with water-cooled engines that move warm coolant from your water pump to your heater core and then back again. Over time, these hoses can wear out, crack, or leak coolant, causing the engine to overheat. Heater hoses come in a variety of shapes and sizes to fit each vehicle's heating system. Though bulk heater hose is available for custom builds, our heater hose assemblies include OE-style pre-bent heater hoses in the right lengths for your repair. If you need a heater hose or heater hose assembly, check out O’Reilly Auto Parts.

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Nissan Frontier Coolant Hose Replacement

Don’t worry, you don't need to tap into your vacation fund. A coolant hose replacement is a relatively affordable repair.

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RepairSmith offers upfront and competitive pricing. The average cost for Nissan Frontier Coolant Hose Replacement is $204. Drop it off at our shop and pick it up a few hours later, or save time and have our Delivery mechanics come to you.

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2016 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 • 32,000 miles

Lake Forest ,  CA 92630

$189 - $231

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1999 Nissan Frontier

3.3L V6 XE • 95,000 miles

Santa Clarita ,  CA 91390

$163 - $199

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2006 Nissan Frontier

2.5L L4 • 156,000 miles

Gardena ,  CA 90248

$129 - $157

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2016 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 SL • 17,000 miles

Culver City ,  CA 90232

$169 - $207

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2007 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 Nismo Off-Road • 188,000 miles

Corte Madera ,  CA 94925

$171 - $209

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2011 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 SV • 105,346 miles

Gilbert ,  AZ 85234

$185 - $227

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2015 Nissan Frontier

2.5L L4 SV • 5,000 miles

Walnut ,  CA 91789

$223 - $273

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2015 Nissan Frontier

2.5L L4 • 5,000 miles

Walnut ,  CA 91789

$212 - $259

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2015 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 • 30,473 miles

Phoenix ,  AZ 85033

$170 - $208

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2015 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 • 140,000 miles

Las Vegas ,  NV 89130

$220 - $268

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What are Coolant Hoses?

Coolant hoses are like that friend that everyone likes, who makes sure that the group is getting along fine. The hoses connect the different components in the cooling system together. Your car’s engine, radiator, heater core, and water pump are all tied together through those unassuming hoses.

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Symptoms of faulty Coolant Hoses

Low coolant level

Coolant hoses carry coolant through them. Shocking, right? If the car’s coolant levels are low, it might be because of a leak in the hose. Speaking of leaks...

Houston, we have a leak

If you spot a puddle of liquid under your car, it might be that your dog chose an inopportune place to do their business. More likely, you’ve got a leak somewhere in your car. That leak could be from the coolant hoses. If you’re familiar with coolant, you can check out the leak to see whether the liquid is coolant or something else. Either way, something’s probably wrong.

Visible hose damage

You probably don’t pop your hood every morning to look at your engine. But if you do, hey, no judgment. If you spot damage on the hoses - such as cracks, swelling, or holes - well that’s a pretty good sign that they’re not as healthy as they ought to be. While you may not spot the damages, a mechanic likely will when doing other repairs, or changing your oil.

Overheating engine

You know that little thermometer on your dashboard, that lets you know the temperature of the engine? Pay attention to it when it talks to you. If your car is low on coolant, it won’t be able to - you guessed it - cool down. That makes your engine hot. A hot engine is not good. You probably could have figured that one out on your own.

Steam rising from your engine

Let’s be honest: steam emerging from under your hood is scary. It looks like smoke. Smoke is bad. If it is smoke, well, you’ve got a bigger problem on your hands. But most of the time it’s steam, which can come from leaking coolant landing on hot engine parts and bursting into steam. Steam is a pretty sure sign of coolant hoses that aren’t doing their job.

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How urgent is a Coolant Hose replacement?

Coolant is your engine’s responsible friend. It keeps the engine safe. When the coolant can’t keep the engine cool, your car is liable to suffer much worse damage than just a few hoses.

It’s an affordable repair that, if ignored, leads to some not-so affordable repairs. You know what to do here. Get the hoses replaced.

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Nissan Frontier Heater Hose Replacement

Heater hoses are an important part of your car’s heating system, and replacement is usually simple and affordable service, though the cost is dependent on the type of car you have.

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Average Shop Price $428

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Our repairs come with:

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Learn more about Heater Hoses

RepairSmith offers upfront and competitive pricing. The average cost for Nissan Frontier Heater Hose Replacement is $197. Drop it off at our shop and pick it up a few hours later, or save time and have our Delivery mechanics come to you.

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2011 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 PRO-4X • 35,000 miles

Diamond Bar ,  CA 91765

$136 - $166

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2008 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 SE • 140,000 miles

Valencia ,  CA 91354

$115 - $141

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2003 Nissan Frontier

3.3L V6 XE • 160,000 miles

El Segundo ,  CA 90245

$133 - $163

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2000 Nissan Frontier

2.4L L4 XE • 200,000 miles

Upland ,  CA 91784

$126 - $154

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1999 Nissan Frontier

3.3L V6 XE • 180,000 miles

Sacramento ,  CA 94205

$133 - $163

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2001 Nissan Frontier

3.3L V6 Supercharged SC • 146,000 miles

Concord ,  CA 94520

$237 - $289

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2008 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 LE • 118,000 miles

Santa Clara ,  CA 95051

$207 - $253

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2012 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 SL • 36,000 miles

North Las Vegas ,  NV 89086

$234 - $286

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2015 Nissan Frontier

4.0L V6 • 140,000 miles

Las Vegas ,  NV 89130

$274 - $334

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What is a Heater Hose?

Heater hoses are one of the more simple elements of your car, though they’re quite important. Heater hoses are part of your car’s heating system. Bet you didn’t see that one coming. It’s also a vital part of your car’s cooling system, which actually is a bit confusing, isn’t it? It’s actually a pretty cool and efficient system. The heater hoses carry engine coolant to the heater core, and then back again. In general, cars have two primary heater hoses: one for each direction. So, in order to really understand how the heater hoses work, you have to understand how coolant and heater cores work. Coolant is responsible for keeping your engine from overheating. It’s a liquid that circulates around the engine, absorbing heat. After leaving the engine, the coolant is cooled down, and then returns to the engine to absorb more heat. This process keeps your car’s engine from getting too hot. The heater core is what warms up your car’s cabin on those frigid months. Warm coolant passes through the heater core, where a fan blows air over it. This simultaneously cools down the coolant, and creates warm air, which ends up inside your car, which keeps you from shivering. Heater hoses are made out of a strong rubber material, so they’re pretty durable. But, because there’s always a “but”, they can wear out over time, and grow brittle. When that happens they may crack or break, and it’s replacement time.

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Symptoms of a failing Heater Hose

Leaking coolant

Oh, leaks. Aren’t they just the best? I'm sure you already know that leaks aren’t a great thing for a car to have. Your car has many different types of fluids in it, so it can be hard to tell what the cause of a leak is without getting in there and getting your hands dirty. But cracked and failing heater hoses will leak coolant, so if it’s coolant that’s under your car, a hose could certainly be the issue.

Low coolant levels

It goes without saying that if your car is leaking coolant, then the coolant levels will lower. When heater hoses wear out, they’ll leak coolant, and your car has a limited supply of that. Look, no judgement here if you’re not getting up close and personal with your car’s fluids. But it is something to get in the hang of. It only takes a few minutes to check all the fluid levels in your car, and I guarantee you it’s a good use of your time.

Noticeably cracked hoses

if you’re not regularly checking your fluid levels, then you’re probably not popping the hood and checking out your hoses. If you are though, you can usually spot a cracked heater hose. Heater hoses, like most hoses, are made of rubber and rubber gets old and stiff, and begins to crack. So, if you or a mechanic notice visibly cracked hoses, then it’s time to replace them.

Engine is overheating

Coolant is responsible for keeping your engine at a safe temperature, and coolant is what runs through the heater hoses. So, it only follows that if the hoses crack and leak coolant, the engine will have a harder time staying low in temperature. Your car has an engine temperature gauge, right there next to your speedometer and warning lights. When it shows an engine that’s too hot, you need to pay attention. It means your engine is overheating, and it may be because of busted heater hoses.

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How urgent is a Heater Hose replacement?

Look. Your car needs coolant to drive safely. Otherwise, the engine overheats. If the engine overheats, then it gets damaged. If the engine gets damaged, your wallet gets damaged too.

Do the obvious thing here. It’s an easy and affordable replacement that will keep you from a service that is neither of those things.

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Coolant Hose Replacement Cylinder Head Gasket Replacement Cylinder Head Replacement Drive Belt Replacement Engine Motor Mount Replacement Engine Oil Pan Replacement Engine Tune-Up Engine Valve Adjustment Engine Valves Adjustment Engine Valves and Cylinder Heads Replacement Fuel Filter Replacement Fuel Pressure Regulator Replacement Idler Pulley Replacement Intake Manifold Gasket Replacement Left Engine Mount Replacement Lower Intake Manifold Gasket Replacement Oil Pan Gasket Replacement PCV Valve Replacement


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Shocks and Struts Replacement Transmission Rebuild Transmission Fluid Change Thermostat Replacement AC Recharge Transmission Mount Replacement Tire Rotation Upper Radiator Hose Replacement Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Replacement Fuel Pump Replacement Drive Belt Tensioner Replacement Timing Chain Replacement Front Stabilizer Bar Bushing Replacement Rear Hub Assembly Replacement Rear Stabilizer Bar Bushing Replacement Rear Stabilizer Bar Link Replacement Shock Absorber Replacement Rear Oxygen Sensor Replacement

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Nissan Frontier HVAC Heater Hose

DOE/SAE Compliance - FMVSS 108

Auto parts manufacturers must adhere to a strict set of guidelines in order to meet the criteria laid out by FMVSS 108. Any lights or reflectors that adorn vehicles traveling on public roads MUST adhere to the regulations; otherwise, the manufacturer is subject to a slew of penalties.

Some of the FMVSS 108 guidelines include:

  • Technical specifications (illumination, construction)
  • Proper product marking
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While the regulations are designed primarily for manufacturers, consumers must always be sure that any lights that they install on their vehicles also meet these regulations. Citations can be issued for products that do not meet the minimum regulatory requirements.

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2006 Nissan Frontier Heater outlet Hose Replacement

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Heater Hoses available for the following Nissan Frontier years: 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98. This part is also sometimes called Nissan Frontier Heater Hoses. We stock heater hose parts for most Nissan models including Xterra, Pathfinder, Titan, 300ZX, Altima, Sentra, Maxima, D21, Armada, Murano, NV2500, 720, Quest, 200SX, Versa, 280ZX, Pickup, 240SX, Pulsar NX, 350Z, 280Z, NX, 240Z, 1600, 370Z, Stanza, 260Z, 521 Pickup, 510, 620, 620 Pickup, 210, B210, Axxess, 310, 1200, 710, 610, 810 and Multi.

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