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Hey Guys, 

After a week of trying to find a coolant leak I found it. It's leaking from the rear water fitting on my RB25DET. I've been searching to find the size of this fitting but couldn't really find anything. I don't have the time to remove it and go to a shop with the fitting because I don't have a personal lift to keep the car on while I hunt for this fitting. Does anyone know the actual size of it? Here's a picture for reference. 

 

Cheers Guys.

 

Rear Water Fitting.jpg

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literally less than 1 second of googling

https://www.efisolutions.com.au/water-pipe-spigot-rear-rb25det-r33-r34-c34-c35-wc3

 

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Awesome, Thanks. I guess I just kept using the wrong search term. I kept looking up heater core block fitting or anything like that and all I could find were threads for deleting the heater core. Didn’t know this was the proper name. Much appreciated. 

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The joke here is that I copied and pasted the title of your thread into google!

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Well I’m glad you got a good laugh out of this but unless I’m remembering wrong I actually asked if anyone knew the size/ thread pitch. Thank you for your input tho, sorry for wasting your time. 

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3/4 BSP with 90% confidence rating. Definitely bsp

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