The part no. Is 902-305 at advance auto and 6002747 at O'riley. Unfortunately the problem with this replacement part is that it will likely not hold when under pressure. You're best bet is to buy the entire upper hose assembly from a Chrysler dealership. You can get it for $50 +/-. The assembly comes with the filler valve, cap, hose from motor to cap and hose from cap to radiator. Replacing the entire assembly costs less then buying the parts separately and you don't have to worry about it failing when the pressure builds up.
I know this from experience. Save your money and buy the assembly from a dealership!
Monday, September 21st, 2009 AT 8:41 AM